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PEOPLE BOARDING A BUSChapel Hill Transit Needs Your Input!

The Chapel Hill Transit service area is continuing to grow and how people get around is changing. Building on past planning work, Chapel Hill Transit is conducting a Short-Range Transit Plan (SRTP) that will service as a roadmap for the next 10 years and position the system for continued future success. This plan is being developed in coordination with similar short range transit planning efforts being undertaken by Orange Public Transportation and GoTriangle.

What can Chapel Hill Transit do to better meet your transit needs?

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New information Available on the Estes Project

Post Date:04/18/2017 3:45 PM
 ESTES DRIVE SITE TEST FIT MAP

At a public information session on March 6, 2017, Town of Chapel Hill and UNC-Chapel Hill staff shared information and received questions and feedback from a group of interested residents about a possible joint project between the Town and University.

Meeting notes from March 6 are posted on the website, containing a list of Frequently Asked Questions that required additional research.

The FAQs and responses, with links to additional information are available at www.townofchapelhill.org/EstesProject

In this early stage of discussions, the project being considered is a new municipal services facility on University-owned property located on the south side of Estes Drive between Airport Drive and Seawell School Road.

 

What happens next?

The schedule below illustrates the general order and timing for the project. The milestones are subject to change, depending on how the first phases evolve. The first stage is to develop an agreement for how a mutual project could evolve (schedule and general terms of a lease) in order to determine if the legislative and governing bodies that have to authorize the project are supportive, in concept, of a joint project.

If that threshold is met, the second stage would be to initiate an engagement process and develop a design for the project. At that time, the Town staff will communicate with the neighborhood to jointly design an engagement process and move through design, entitlements, and construction.

JOINT USE PROJECT TIMELINE

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