Friday, February 15, 2019

Community invited to comment on Davidson Mobility Plan (press release)

DAVIDSON, N.C – The Town of Davidson has completed the draft of the Davidson Mobility Plan, a community-driven effort to look at innovative solutions, projects, policies, and programs to help residents move in town by foot, wheelchair, bike, car, transit, and address congestion. The plan is also a Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) which evaluates moving people around town and provides actionable items such as project recommendations, projected costs, and funding sources to help the town manage, sustain, and improve the town’s transportation infrastructure.

Members of the community are invited to read the draft and comment by March 15 in the following ways:  

  • Visit to review thedraft . After reviewing the draft please submit any comments you have to Please include the page number and section prior to your comment.    
  • Click this link to review the draft and comment online using    
  • Visit Town Hall to review a draft in person. Comment sheets are available by request.

“This draft is the culmination of many months of public input,” said Senior Planner Travis Johnson. “We appreciate the work of our community stakeholders and consultant Alta Planning + Design, and look forward to the eventual approval and implementation of this plan.”  

The next steps are to discuss this draft at future meetings:  

February 25: Joint meeting of the Livability Board and Planning Board at Davidson Town Hall; open to the public
February 26: Meeting of the Davidson Board of Commissioners; open to the public
March: Further discussion by the Davidson Board of Commissioners; open to the public 
April/May: Planning and Livability Boards’ final recommendation
June/July: Davidson Board of Commissioners consider approval

For more information, please visit and subscribe to the Davidson Mobility Plan eCrier list at -- simply enter your email address and click on the small grey envelope to the left of “Davidson Mobility Plan.” For more information, please contact Senior Planner Travis Johnson at or 704-940-9639. 

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