Guess who was just endorsed by the Peninsula Coalition, the Norman Shores Coalition, and the West Cornelius Coalition? Continue reading “East Cornelius Confusion”
Let’s cut right to the chase: a metering ramp on exit 28 to NB 77 ranked as the second highest priority, with a ten-year benefit of over $17M. Continue reading “Metering Ramps: Update”
In a reversal from the proposed Potts Street development, a proposal for the parcel known as Antiquity Woods is located completely in Cornelius but impacts Davidson and Antiquity the most. Continue reading “Antiquity Woods: Another Gold Mine/Shaft Story?”
Imagine walking a couple blocks, catching a train and for five bucks you’re whisked downtown in less than half an hour. No I77 gridlock, no $10 tolls, no traffic headaches, no wear and tear on your car or your stomach lining. You catch up on emails or play a game of Angry Birds until, a few relaxing minutes later, you step off in uptown.
Such is the allure of commuter rail* in Lake Norman, and one of the reasons why it has been earnestly discussed for so long. Continue reading “Return of the Red Line”