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Workshop #3: Locating a route for the connector

August 12, 2010

Here is another opportunity to participate in the campus to campus bicycle connection discussions.  The Carolina North Agreement requires a mostly off-road bicycle path between the UNC downtown campus and Carolina North, the new planned campus on the airport property.  Below is the announcement from UNC.

Dear Friends and Neighbors:

On August 12, from 4:00-5:30 p.m., the Town of Chapel Hill and UNC will host a meeting at the Chapel Hill Public Library to review the draft recommendation for the Campus to Campus connector and hear your feedback.

The University and Town staffs have worked together to analyze the comments from the two previous workshops and to develop the draft recommendation.  The final recommendations for location and funding opportunities will be presented to the Town Council in September 2010.

Materials from the two previous public meetings are available on the Campus to Campus (C2C) Connector page of the Town’s website.  If you can’t join us on August 12, you can review the draft recommendation and send us an email response to:  carolinanorth@townofchapelhill.org.

The Campus to Campus Connector will be a greenway and bike path connection between the Carolina North campus and the main UNC campus.  The goal is to identify a route that is not within the Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. roadway and that avoids steep grades where feasible.  It may include existing or planned greenways for a portion of the route.

If you have a question for the Town, call the Town of Chapel Hill Planning Department at 968-2728.

If you have a question for the University, contact Jill Coleman at jcoleman@fac.unc.edu.

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  1. udorji ozioma yvonne permalink
    November 13, 2016 5:19 pm

    wow that great.

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