Bicycle & Pedestrian Plans
- Belmont Bicycle Plan (2013)
- Belmont Pedestrian Transportation Plan (2009)
- Bessemer City Pedestrian Plan (2010)
- Carolina Thread Trail Master Plan for Cleveland County Communities (2010)
- Carolina Thread Trail Master Plan for Gaston County Communities (2009)
- Carolina Thread Trail Master Plan for Lincoln County Communities (2009)
- Cherryville Pedestrian Plan (2009)
- Cramerton Pedestrian Master Plan (2008)
- Gastonia Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan (2014)
- Kings Mountain Bicycle Plan (2011)
- Kings Mountain Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan (2014)
- McAdenville Sidewalk Evaluation Plan (2014)
- Mount Holly Pedestrian Plan (2013)
- Franklin Boulevard Corridor Access and Alternative Development Mobility Strategy (2016)
- Franklin Boulevard Corridor Master Plan (2007)
- Downtown Lowell Transportation Study (August 2017)
- NC 73 Transportation and Land Use Corridor Plan (2004)
- North US 321/Chester Street Corridor Plan (2000)
- Wilkinson Boulevard Study (Build a Better Boulevard) (2015)
Initiated in 2015, the Greater Charlotte Regional Freight Mobility Plan will enhance the economic competitiveness of the Charlotte region by developing an integrated, multi-modal freight transportation system that will support the region’s economic growth, foster job creation, and provide the mechanisms to maintain and improve the quality of life for the region’s residents. The purpose of the plan is to strengthen the connection between the region’s key freight transportation assets, core industries, and land use development.
In 2007, the Gaston Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (GUAMPO), now GCLMPO, initiated a freight planning study to incorporate freight related issues into planning activities. Gastonia 2007 Freight Study.
The N.C. Department of Transportation is developing the Public Transportation Statewide Strategic Plan to improve bus, rail, and paratransit services across the state by better matching transit services to the needs of North Carolinians. Stakeholders and the public are invited to provide input at community workshops across the state as part of the North Carolina Public Transportation Statewide Strategic Plan. The workshops are free and open to the public. No registration is necessary to attend. Community workshop dates, times, and locations are available on the project website.