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File #: 15-14815    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Policy Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 12/11/2020 In control: City Council Business Meeting
On agenda: 1/4/2021 Final action:
Title: Public Feedback on the Charlotte MOVES Recommendations to City Council
Attachments: 1. Charlotte MOVES Task Force Recommendations Overview, 2. 12.14 Charlotte MOVES Recommendations Presentation, 3. Letter of Support_BAC, 4. Letter of Support_CRBA
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Public Feedback on the Charlotte MOVES Recommendations to City Council

Receive public comment on the Charlotte MOVES Recommendations to City Council.

Staff Resource(s):
Taiwo Jaiyeoba, City Manager's Office

* At the December 14, 2020 Business Meeting, the Charlotte MOVES Task Force presented its final report, including recommendations for Council's consideration.
* Recommendations by the Charlotte MOVES Task Force include:
* A mobility investment program (Transformational Mobility Network) of key multi-modal projects and investments from adopted and on-going plans;
* An intentional commitment to aligning our mobility investment program with the goals and strategies of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan and priorities of affordable housing, upward mobility, and emissions reduction; and
* A clear and straightforward "single source" funding strategy for the mobility investment program that considers the city and county's growth over 30 years and fully funds implementation within a 10-year period (financed over a 30-year timeframe), including state legislative authorization for an additional one cent sales tax and referendum in the fall of 2021.
* Public input is being requested on the recommendations to City Council developed by the Charlotte MOVES Task Force.

* In January 2020 at its Annual Strategy Session, the City Council focused on the development of a citywide mobility plan that incorporates land use, transit, and transportation to efficiently and safely provide mobility options for residents and visitors.
* At the Strategy Session, Council determined that this will guide its policy work throughout the year and will provide a structure and framework from which staff can implement Council's vision.
* In February 2020, a 25-member Charlotte MOVES Task Force was established to be a guiding force in shaping the Strategic Mobility Plan's vision and realize that vision by recommending a Transformational Mobility Ne...

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