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Posted On: January 11, 2017
Meeting to discuss Wesley Chapel Road corridor
The Town of Indian Trail, working with civil engineering and surveying firm DRMP, Inc., will hold a public meeting later this month regarding the future of the Wesley Chapel/Wesley Chapel Stouts Road corridor.
The meeting, scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m. at the Indian Trail Civic Building, 100 Navajo Trail, will allow area residents to provide their feedback on a study regarding the stretch of road from U.S. 74 to the Goldmine Road roundabout. The objective of the study is to develop a multimodal (cars, transit, pedestrians, cyclists) transportation plan that is complementary to the existing and future surrounding land uses while being practical and suitable for implementation by the Town.
The plan will integrate existing and projected land use patterns with strategic transportation needs and improvements along Wesley Chapel (Stouts) Road to account for future growth and managing access and volumes. The plan will represent an overall vision for mobility and development along the corridor and will include implementation strategies and performance criteria that support the Town’s and community’s vision as well as the 2014 Town of Indian Trail Comprehensive Plan.
The Town has received a grant from the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization that will pay for 80 percent, or $110,000, of the study. The Town is responsible for the remaining 20 percent at $22,000.
"We hope residents will use this opportunity to come out and be an active voice in the future of a very important corridor in our town," Indian Trail Director of Development Services Patrick Sadek said. "We encourage residents to come prepare with thoughts on what they like about the area, what they would like to see improved and what they feel can be added to transform the Wesley Chapel Road corridor."
Those who cannot make the meeting can provide their thoughts to Indian Trail Engineering Project Manager Todd Huntsinger at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at Town of Indian Trail, P.O. Box 2430, Indian Trail, NC 28079.
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