Concerned about development in Cornelius? Over the next few weeks you’ll have several opportunities to add your voice on a number of projects.
Last week Secretary of Transportation Jim Trogdon sent a letter to the Mecklenburg County Manager requesting appointment of a representative to serve on an “I-77 local policy advisory group.” Continue reading “NCDOT to Form Local Group to Study I77 Recommendations”
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”
You probably pulled a weekly newspaper out of your mailbox this weekend with a similar headline, but like every survey the answer depends on the question. Continue reading “Survey: 56% of Public Favors Toll Lanes…?”