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Posted on: March 18, 2019

Complete Street project to transform Indian Trail Road

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The Town of Indian Trail Engineering Department is ready to present plans for the future of the Town’s Main Street at a public meeting later this month. 

Residents are invited to come hear about the Indian Trail Complete Street project at a meeting on Thursday, March 28, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Town Hall. The effort is a key part of Indian Trail’s Downtown Revitalization project, which aims to make the corridor more pedestrian friendly as new developments come to Downtown Indian Trail.  

The Indian Trail Complete Street project will create a multi-modal transportation system with a focus on improved pedestrian facilities. In addition to adding wide multi-use sidewalks with a delineated bike path and removing ditches alongside the roadway, the Indian Trail Complete Street project will also add new lighting, pedestrian crosswalks, landscaping with planters and on-street parking within the growing business district. The project also will tie in with a new 150-spot parking lot coming to Blythe Drive, and a future roundabout at the Indian Trail and Gribble intersection. 

“We are very excited about what this project will bring to our Downtown area,” Indian Trail Town Manager Patrick Sadek said. “The Indian Trail Complete Street will go a long way toward supporting the businesses in our Downtown, and will make this area a much more attractive destination for residents and visitors alike.” 

Residents will be able to learn about the project and ask questions of the engineering department and other experts at the public meeting. Town Hall is located at 315 Matthews-Indian Trail Road. 

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