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 County 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

Interim Report Memo

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