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CREW January Luncheon – Overcoming Transportation Infrastructure Challenges in NC
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CREW January Luncheon – Overcoming Transportation Infrastructure Challenges in NC

CREW January Luncheon – Overcoming Transportation Infrastructure Challenges in NC

Overcoming Transportation Infrastructure Challenges in NC submitted by Sarah Hopfer

Who You Missed:

  • Warren Cooksey – NCDOT Director of Outreach and Community Affairs/Division 10
  • Ned Curran – Board of Transportation – Chairman
  • Tracy Dodson – Board of Transportation – Member/Division 10

What You Missed:

Charlotte is expected to grow by 400,000 people by 2040 and keeping up with the city’s infrastructure needs is critical.  Maintaining and improving our level of mobility is key for continued economic and land development success and competitiveness. “Optional toll lanes work by changing price per mile every five minutes,” said Ned Curran, Board of Transportation Chairman.  “The toll rate is going to be what people are willing to pay – it’s that simple,” he stated. 

Curran also discussed the legislation that was passed modernizing the way NC’s transportation network is built, maintained and funded and how this will impact commercial real estate and the future of our city.

To see the full presentation, please click here.