Cornelius : Transportation system plan
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The current Cornelius Transportation System Plan (TSP) was adopted in June 1995. Since that time, the City has grown by an estimated 50% in population, depleted much of its vacant land inventory and projected significant redevelopment and urban growth boundary (UGB) expansion. The primary purpose of this update is to ensure the recommended system plan can adequately serve planned major growth areas, including the recently approved 260-acre industrial expansion of the urban growth boundary just north of the Cornelius city limits and confirm consistency with the current Washington County TSP, Regional Transportation Plan and Statewide Planning Policies. [From the Plan]
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