The public is encouraged to vote daily through February 25
The City of Concord is competing for two North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Mobi Awards for the Hector H. Henry Greenway-Riverwalk and the Spring Street Mini Roundabout Teardrop. The public is encouraged to vote daily through February 25 to help the city take home the Most Valued/Voted Project award.
The NCDOT Mobi Awards recognize multimodal transportation projects that help create vibrant communities. Multimodal projects incorporate at least two modes of transportation, such as bicycle, pedestrian, highways, and public transit. Concord’s Hector H. Henry Greenway-Riverwalk and the Spring Street Mini Roundabout Teardrop are both eligible projects.
The Hector H. Henry Greenway-Riverwalk offers pedestrian and bicycle access to single and multi-family neighborhoods, parks, public transportation, shops, restaurants and hotels, and it connects to the Carl Furr Elementary School. It is one of the city’s most popular and widely used greenways. The public can take a virtual walk through the greenway and vote daily for the Hector H. Henry Greenway-Riverwalk at https://bit.ly/351nhNc.
The Spring Street Mini Roundabout Teardrop is also in the running for a Mobi Award. This project significantly increases pedestrian safety in the neighborhood and improves the flow of traffic. Vote for the Spring Street project daily at https://bit.ly/355PYZf.
To learn more about the NCDOT Mobi Awards, including the full list of award categories and judging criteria, visit: https://connect.ncdot.gov/events/Pages/mobi-awards.aspx.