The City of Statesville is updating its 1997 Comprehensive Transportation Plan - Referred to as the “Mobility + Development Plan” . 

To view the elements of the document, click on the following links:
Introduction & State of the City
Future Road Improvements
Future Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities
Future Transit, Freight and Aviation Facilities 
Strategic Corridors
Future Land Use Focus Areas
Action Plan for Implementation

If you want to hear more about the plan and have a chance for comment, 
Scheduled Presentation & Opportunity for Public Input:

· Monday, March 18, 7 p.m.—Statesville City Council Meeting
Council Chambers of City Hall, 227 S. Center St.

For further questions, contact Sherry Ashley, Assistant Planning Director at 704-878-3539 or email 

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