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This project includes the Master planning of these three sites in partnership with the Town of Davidson and the development of Phase I. Phase I is projected to include an extension of West Branch Rocky River Greenway from the Abersham property, through the Allison Farm and Fisher Farm properties. Park improvements, such as parking will be included in Phase I. This project is currently in design. Construction to start by fall 2016.
Abersham/Allison-Fisher Farm Park-West Branch Rocky River Greenway Master Plan.pdf
Barton Creek Greenway will utilize a creek corridor as well as an existing utility corridor to connect JW Clay Blvd. to existing Mallard Creek Greenway. This NCDOT funded project is anticipated to start construction fall 2016.
This proposed greenway section is ~ 1 mile long linking Eastover Park at the Mint Museum with the Catawba Lands Conservancy property at Meadowbrook Rd. This greenway will be developed in partnership with Mecklenburg County Storm Water Services - Briar Creek Stream Enhancement project. This project is currently in design. Construction is projected for Spring/Summer 2017.
This project is a 1 mile extension of the existing Campbell Creek Greenway at WT Harris Blvd to Lockmont Drive. The Greenway will go under WT Harris Blvd, traverse adjacent to the creek and terminate at the end of Lockmont Drive. Construction is underway and will continue until late 2017. Campbell Creek Greenway-Site Plan.pdf
December 2013 Community Workshop Meeting Minutes June 2014 Community Workshop
A funding partnership with Hampton Place neighborhood has made it possible to proceed with the design and construction of a bridge and trail connecting the neighborhood to existing Clark's Creek Greenway.
Construction is expected to be complete by fall 2016.
A 0 .8 mile greenway extension from the existing greenway in Clanton Road Park going under Remount Road and terminating at West Blvd with a pocket park. Construction completion is anticipated by fall 2016.
May 2014 Community Information Meeting Presentation Meeting Minutes
The City of Charlotte is leading the effort for this 1.5 mile greenway which will extend Little Sugar Creek Greenway as part of the Carolina Thread Trail from Brandywine Rd. to Tyvola Rd. Remaining sections of the Little Sugar Creek Greenway to the South Carolina line are also in design with planned completion after 2018.
This section of greenway is ~ 1.4 miles in length and winds through Park Road Park along the way. Construction began in summer 2016 and will require approximately 18 months to complete.
This section of greenway is ~ 2.5 miles greenway extension from Huntingtowne Farms Park to I-485. This greenway section is part of the Cross Charlotte Trail which will eventually connect Cabarrus County to the South Carolina State Line. This section is currently in design and projected to start construction after spring 2017.
This section of greenway is ~ 1.8 miles greenway extension from I-485 to the Polk Historic Site. This greenway section is part of the Cross Charlotte Trail which will eventually connect Cabarrus County to the South Carolina State Line. This section is currently in design and projected to start construction after spring 2017.
This section of greenway is ~ 2.9 miles greenway extension from the Polk Historic Site to the South Carolina State Line. This greenway section is part of the Cross Charlotte Trail which will eventually connect Cabarrus County to the South Carolina State Line. This section is currently in design and construction will depend on funding.
Phase I of Long Creek Greenway will extend approximately 1 -1/2 miles from I-77 to Target along Long Creek and Dixon Branch Road in north Mecklenburg County. This section is currently under Design and projected to start construction by spring 2017.
1 mile extension of McAlpine Creek Greenway will meander through woodland
highlighting restored wetlands and creek.
Once complete, the Campbell Creek and McAlpine Creek Greenway system
will be 5 miles long. Parking will be available at Old Bell Road providing
access to existing and proposed greenway sections. This project is currently in design.
McAlpine Creek Gwy Sardis2Providence.pdf
The project is ~ 1.0 miles long and will extend from existing Torrence Creek Gwy, under Gilead Rd. to Chilgrove Ln. This section of greenway is currently under design and projected to start construction by spring 2017.
McDowell Creek Greenway Exhibit1.pdf McDowell Preliminary Presentation.pdf McDowell Community Meeting Notes 11-10-2015.pdf
BLE crews will allow Toby Creek Greenway to remain open as much as possible during the construction of the light rail Blue Line Extension. When the greenway reopens there will be a new slightly changed path that will travel around the bridge piers that are being built. The work area is located between Mallard Creek Greenway and Phillips Road on the campus of UNC Charlotte.
The second phase will connect existing Toby Creek Greenway at Hwy. 49 to Rocky River Rd. This section of the greenway will provide access to existing Mallard and Clark's Creek Greenways, UNC Charlotte, schools, sports amenities and extensive dining and retail areas. Construction in underway and will continue until spring 2017.
This 1.0 mile project will include paving an existing gravel trail through the University Research Park Area. Land acquisition is in progress. Funding will be needed for completion.