Category: Planning and Zoning

NOW OPEN: Catawba Crossings Public Comment Opportunities

Public Comment Period: January 14 – February 13, 2022 The  Gaston-Cleveland-Lincoln Metropolitan Planning Organization (GCLMPO) and regional project sponsors are conducting a feasibility study for the Catawba Crossings Project to develop conceptual designs, cost estimates, and recommendations for a proposed new alignment roadway between NC 279 (S. New Hope Rd) in southeastern Gaston County to … Continued

LYNX Silver Line Virtual Open House

NOW OPEN (through November 3)- Public engagement is continuing as CATS seeks valuable input for further refinement of the LYNX Silver Line light rail alignment and station locations. Please click the links below to  find updates on the ongoing planning and design efforts for the proposed LYNX Silver Line light rail.  Virtual Public Meeting Online … Continued

Transit-Oriented Development Virtual Workshop

NOW OPEN- CATS has now launched a virtual workshop that allows you to provide input on station area planning ideas on the proposed LYNX Silver Line station areas- including Belmont. Click the link below to share your thoughts and ideas about the early visions for what development could look like surrounding the future station location. … Continued

Targeted Listening Sessions: Connect Beyond Regional Mobility Plan

The Connect Beyond Team is hosting targeted listening sessions with community members from across our 12-county region to help refine the draft recommendations for CONNECT Beyond’s regional transit plan. These virtual listening sessions will be interactive interviews that can be done in English or Spanish and take approximately 30-minutes to complete. Each household that participates … Continued

Public Comment Period NOW OPEN for the 2050 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)

AUG. 2- AUG. 31, 2021- The GCLMPO is updating its Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), a long-range, fiscally-constrained plan that defines the transportation network that will serve both present and projected volumes of vehicular traffic, public transportation use, bicycle, pedestrian, aviation and freight travel in and around the urban area through the year 2050. The MTP … Continued

DelWebb to provide a portion of the South Fork Parkway & New Greenway

May 24, 2021- Belmont City Council  approved DelWebb’s development plans, which will include the construction of a .73 mile segment of the new South Fork Parkway that will provide a connection between Armstrong Ford Rd and Nixon Rd in Phase 1 of the project.  The developer has also agreed to mitigate their impacts through improvements … Continued

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