Corridors of Opportunity

Six Key Corridors Table of Contents

Beatties Ford Road

Beatties Ford Road/ Rozzelles Ferry Road

Beatties Ford Road Parallel Bike Boulevard: This project brings bicycle connectivity through the neighborhoods along the east and west sides of Beatties Ford Road from Oaklawn Avenue to Gilbert Street. Improvements will include traffic-calming measures, wayfinding signage and pavement markings.

Beatties Ford Road Sidewalks: This project will provide sidewalks and planting strips along Beatties Ford Road from LaSalle Street to the Northwest School of the Arts. The project is currently in the advance planning and design phase, with planning currently in progress. For questions, please contact Project Manager Lamar Davis at 704-315-7609 or lamar.davis@charlottenc.gov.

Catherine Simmons Avenue and Beatties Ford Road Traffic Signal: This project adds leading pedestrian interval signals, truck aprons, and realigns crosswalks to shorten pedestrian crossing times.

Charlotte Equity Fellowship: This infrastructure includes community-created programming, meaningful relationships and connections between community members, increased grassroots leadership capacity, and the ability to have self-determination.

Five Points Center: A renovated shopping center in the heart of the Five Points area featuring small businesses and eateries.

Oaklawn Avenue and Beatties Ford Road Intersection Improvements: This project adds leading pedestrian interval signals, truck aprons, and realigns crosswalks to shorten pedestrian crossing times.




Central

Albemarle Road/Central Avenue




FreedomDrive and Wilkinson

Freedom Drive/ Wilkinson Boulevard

GrahamStreet and NorthTryon

Graham Street/ North Tryon Street

SugarCreek and I85

Sugar Creek Road/ I-85




WestBlvd

West Boulevard