Project Overview

Northern Mecklenburg County and southern Iredell County is one of the fastest growing areas in North Carolina. In addition to rapid population growth, the area has limited north-south roadways to accommodate increased traffic. In 2010, the Urban Land Institute completed a study that identified the need for north-south connectivity and recommended a new facility, the North-South Parkway. The North-South Parkway would complement existing NC 115 through the area and offer additional access for developments.

Local jurisdictions, including Huntersville, Davidson, Mooresville, and Iredell County have added segments of a North-South Parkway to their jurisdiction’s plans.  In 2018, local jurisdictions, including the Towns of Huntersville, Davidson, Mooresville, Cornelius, and Iredell County agreed that a comprehensive effort must be undertaken to link their efforts together in a cohesive manner. The North-South Parkway Sub Area Study will provide the local jurisdictions with a cohesive plan for a new North-South transportation corridor to support population growth.

Identification and refinement of the proposed North-South Parkway is necessary for the communities within the area. The North-South Parkway Sub-Area Study will better position facilities for funding and construction through the development process. Your input is critical for considering the use of existing roadways, new alignments or a combination of both, along with development opportunities for communities in the study area.

Public Open House

Thursday, April 11, 2019

6:00pm – 8:00pm (Drop-in anytime)

River Run Country Club Ballroom

19125 River Falls Drive

Davidson, NC 28036

We want to hear from you!  Drop-in anytime to learn about the study, talk with staff, and collaborate with your friends and neighbors.

Click here to download the North South Parkway Study Open House Flyer

Interactive Survey — Provide Your Input!

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Interim Report Memo

Click here to download the North South Parkway Sub-Area Study Interim Report Memo (3.1.2019)