I-77 Tolls Issue
In February 2016 Mayor Atkins partnered with I-77 Business Plan & Widen I-77 for residents to hear a presentation on the community impact of the I-77 Managed Lanes project. A final independent report on the I-77 toll lanes contract published in September 2017 recommends that the North Carolina Department of Transportation give strong consideration to a plan that would convert current toll lanes construction into general purpose lanes:
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Town employees work hard to make sure coffee pots can be filled, showers run uninterrupted and the roads are smooth. Infrastructure isn’t the most exciting subject, but when something goes wrong everyone sees it. From sidewalks to utilities to congestion issues, to water mains and sewers: we need to have the best foundation in place. Let's finish what we've started.
► Completed Patterson/Bell Area Infrastructure Improvements include sidewalks, curb & gutter, pavement & storm drainage
► Completed “Connector Road” linking Hwy 115 & Hwy 21.
► Completed Exit 35, widening of Brawley School Road, Fieldstone, Magnolia, Academy Street
► West Wilson Road Improvements include: multi-use path, curb & gutter, pavement & storm drainage.
► West McLelland Road Improvements include: sidewalks, curb & gutter, full depth rebuilds, storm drain
► Main Street/Statesville Avenue Intersection Improvements
► Infrastructure Improvements: Mill Village Improvements include utility & storm water improvements, sidewalks, curb & gutter. Mooresville School Sidewalks connecting several subdivisions to Mooresville Middle & Rocky River Elementary
► NC 150/NC115 Intersection Improvements
► NC 150/NC801 Intersection Improvements
► NC 150 Widening
► NC115/Faith Road/Intersection Improvements
► Brawley School Rd. Widening
► Williamson Rd. Widening
► N. 115 Widening
► Oates Rd. – Midnight Ln. Overpass
Infrastructure and Traffic One of our Biggest Challenges
Town of Mooresville Projects
One of the biggest issues facing Mooresville is traffic. There are so many moving parts that have to happen to make the road improvements Mooresville is so in need of. During Miles Atkins time as Mayor, funding has been secured for $160 Million in transportation infrastructure improvements. Mayor Atkins has taken a firm stance in assistance from developers and the state in alleviating the road issues, including writing letters requesting discretionary funds for Mooresville from the state, resulting in an additional $200,000+ in allotments. Projects completed and in motion are: