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Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
​Charlotte Department of Transportation
UPDATE: New Traffic Pattern
                           
Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
Communicated: March 31, 2014
Updated: August 19, 2014
Street Conversion date: Begins August 19, 2014
 
Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard will permanently convert to two-way traffic between South Mint Street and South Church Street (in orange below) beginning today, Tuesday August 19, 2014.  This conversion is part of the Center City Transportation Plan adopted by City Council, and is in coordination with Romare Bearden Park and the BB&T Ball Park.
 
Motorists traveling through this area should be alert and extra cautious.  Drivers should get in the correct lane well in advance and constantly be on the lookout for vehicles merging into adjacent travel lanes in this area. 
 
Pedestrians walking through this area should be alert, cautious and watch for vehicles.  It is advised they cross at signalized intersections, use pedestrian walk signals where available and abide by new signage.
 
Weather and unforeseen circumstances occasionally prevent work from being completed as scheduled, and make it unsafe to reopen lanes or streets when planned.  When this occurs, City traffic engineers work directly with other City staff and contractors to resolve the situation as quickly as possible and reduce impacts to the traveling public.

Questions?
 
For additional information about this new traffic pattern, contact Vivian Coleman, CDOT, at 704-336-4275 or vcoleman@charlottenc.gov or Jimmy Rhyne, CDOT, at 704-336-3905 or jrhyne@charlottenc.gov .
 
For more information about CDOT, contact Linda Durrett, CDOT Communications and Public Relations Manager at 704-336-3902 or ldurrett@charlottenc.gov.    
 
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