Remount Road/West Boulevard Intersection Improvements

  • Project typeTransportation; Placemaking
  • Project budget$3.8 million (includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right-of-way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping)
  • Project phaseDesign

close-up of a brightly painted street in West Charlotte

Part of Corridors of Opportunity - West Boulevard


Project Overview

In partnership with the West Boulevard Neighborhood Coalition, the City of Charlotte led a study that served as a first step in providing a vision for the West Boulevard corridor with a focus on the intersections of Remount Road, Clanton Road and Old Steele Creek Road. The West Boulevard and Remount Road intersection project was selected from this study and was recommended in the West Boulevard Playbook. 
The strategy for Remount Road is to create an enhanced neighborhood node with a safe, walkable pedestrian environment by focusing dense development along the West Boulevard corridor and orienting retail entrances and public space toward the intersection. 


The project proposes to install a decorative plaza, multiuse path, transportation bus shelters, pedestrian lighting, landscaping, crosswalks, wheelchair ramps, pedestrian signals and site furnishings. Through placemaking, the history and culture of the corridor will be reflected in the project’s improvements.

Project Goals

  • To improve pedestrian mobility and safety
  • To incorporate the history and culture of the corridor in the infrastructure investment

Public Involvement

One public meeting took place in the fall of 2021 and another took place in February of 2023. More community meetings are planned, and detail will be shared once they are determined.