posted on March 22, 2012 05:26
In an effort to educate the public on plans for the 25-mile commuter and freight line, the Red Line Task Force has launched a new, interactive map on the Red Line Regional Rail website at http://redlineregionalrail.org/map/
The interactive map enables users to view the proposed path of the Red Line Regional Rail project and its 10 station locations, zoom in to areas of interest and click on individual parcels of land to see property details.
The online map was developed in response to requests for more information regarding proposed project districts. It was created in collaboration with the local governments involved in this project. This map is being released in draft (“Beta”) form and is subject to change during the ongoing process of plan refinement.
Users can view which properties are proposed for inclusion in the project’s Unified Benefit District, as well as those that are proposed to participate in the project’s Special Assessment District. Details on the project districts and how the map was created are available at http://redlineregionalrail.org/qa/
The Red Line Regional Rail project is an economic development initiative designed to improve the movement of both goods and passengers along a 25-mile rail corridor from Mooresville to Charlotte. For more information on the Red Line Regional Rail Project, and to submit questions and comments to the project team, visit www.redlineregionalrail.org