The LNTC bit off a chunk of work at its June Commission meeting, said   Brian Jenest, LNTC Chair. “In fact, we expanded our load by virtue of the ULI Report, and will engage each commission member with special assisgnments.  The LNTC unanimously agreed to launch and move toward completion more than 18 separate items, ranging from pushing the  Managed/HOT Lanes concept for early widening of I-77, supporting the  development community, promoting better east/west access for all towns over I-77 to advocating a new parkway east of NC 115 from I-485 to Mooresville. 

In addition, the LNTC will examine various impacts from rail transportation on other cities and will work to get Mooresville/Iredell County to become formal participants in the transportation planning for the region.  “And these are just the projects we forsee today,” Jenest said.  “For sure, there will be others

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