CHARLOTTE METRO MOTORISTS LOSE NEARLY $2,000 PER YEAR ON ROADS THAT ARE ROUGH, CONGESTED AND LACK SOME SAFETY FEATURES
Local speakers join national research group for virtual news conference to release report examining North Carolina road and bridge conditions, congestion and safety.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. EST
Virtual news conference – Click Here for Zoom Web Conference
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Report available on TRIP website at 10:00 a.m. EST.
The average driver in the Charlotte Metro area loses $1,976 annually as a result of driving on roads that are deteriorated, congested, and that lack some desirable safety features, according to a new report from TRIP, a national transportation research nonprofit based in Washington, DC.
Local speakers will join TRIP at a virtual news conference on Wednesday to highlight the report’s findings. The report, “North Carolina Transportation by the Numbers: Meeting the State’s Need for Safe, Smooth and Efficient Mobility,” examines road and bridge conditions, congestion, economic development, highway safety, and transportation funding in the Asheville, Charlotte Metro, Raleigh-Durham, Triad and Wilmington urban areas and statewide.
A link to a video containing TRIP spokesperson comments on the report’s findings for the Charlotte Metro area will also be posted on the TRIP website at 11:00 a.m. EST on January 27.
Jerry Cook, Vice President of Government and Trade Relations, Hanesbrands, Inc.
Rocky Moretti, Director of Policy & Research, TRIP
Rocky Moretti – TRIP | 202.262.0714 (cell)
Carolyn Bonifas Kelly – TRIP | 703.801.9212 (cell)