Public Involvement

Public Comment Opportunity – Cramerton-McAdenville Greenway Connector
(River Link Greenway Ph. 2)

THE GASTON-CLEVELAND-LINCOLN METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (GCLMPO) HAS ESTABLISHED A PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD TO AMEND THE 2020-2029 METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (MTIP) AND THE 2045 METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION PLAN (MTP) FOR PROJECT
C-5704: CRAMERTON-MCADENVILLE GREENWAY CONNECTOR
(RIVER LINK GREENWAY PH 2)

Public comments will be received from April 1 – April 30, 2021.

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) identifies the transportation projects that GCLMPO and NCDOT plan to undertake over the next ten years. The GCLMPO’s 2020-2029 MTIP is being modified to reflect the following amendments to the 2020-2029 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP):

Además, el Plan de Transporte Metropolitano (MTP) 2045 de GCLMPO debe enmendarse para incluir C-5704: Cramerton-McAdenville Greenway Connector como un nuevo proyecto de bicicleta / ped en HY 2025.

In addition, the GCLMPO’s 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) needs to be amended to include C-5704: Cramerton-McAdenville Greenway Connector as a new bike/ped project in HY 2025.

The public may also provide comments during the virtual GCLMPO TCC Meeting on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 10:00 am and the virtual Board Meeting on Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 6:30 pm.

Written comments may also be sent by mail, email, or fax to the following address:

Gaston-Cleveland-Lincoln MPO
Attn: Randi Gates, Principal Transportation Planner
PO Box 1748
Gastonia, NC 28053
[email protected]
FAX: 704-869-1960

All written comments must be received by April 30, 2021.

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How to Get Involved

The Transportation Toolkit from USDOT’s The Every Place Counts: Leadership Academy is geared toward members of the public who wish to learn how to engage in the transportation decision-making process at the local, regional, state and federal levels. The Toolkit demystifies the decision-making process.  It explains that transportation projects go through a predictable lifecycle (i.e., plan, fund, design, build and maintain). The Toolkit also defines key transportation acronyms and jargon using both text and graphics, and highlights engagement opportunities created by civil rights and public involvement regulations.

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