City of Charlotte Celebrates 100 Miles of Sidewalks and Kicks Off Watch for Me NC Campaign

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City of Charlotte Celebrates 100 Miles of Sidewalks and Kicks-Off the Watch for Me NC Campaign

Charlotte, NC— The City of Charlotte is celebrating 100 miles of sidewalks while launching this year's Watch for Me NC campaign. Pedestrian Program sidewalks are usually built following public requests for connections or to fill in gaps between capital or developers' projects and to make connections to greenways. Watch for Me NC is a statewide campaign sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Transportation to reduce pedestrian and bicycle injuries and deaths through a comprehensive, targeted approach to public education and police enforcement. These City, County and State partnerships benefit the community in supporting additional mobility solutions and safety for residents while making Charlotte more walkable.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 10 a.m.

Kennedy Middle School
4000 Gallant Lane
Charlotte, NC 28273


  • Liz Babson, Director, Charlotte Department of Transportation
  • Mayor Pro Tem, Vi Lyles, City of Charlotte
  • Sergeant David Sloan, CMPD Major Crash Unit and Motorcycle Unit
  • Kevin Sudimack, Principal, Kennedy Middle School
  • Scott Curry, CDOT Pedestrian Program Manager

Parking will be available in the Kennedy Middle School bus lot.

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