Walk the Line
Walk the Line
The Durham Belt Line project has tremendous transformational potential for Downtown Durham in its continuing evolution into a great place to live. That transformational power however brings a real responsibility to the community to ensure that the project benefits all of Durham. Our overall approach to the project is a focus on equity, thoroughness, accuracy, high quality design, and implementation.
Monday, June 11, 2018 | 4pm - 7pm
Durham Nativity School, 1004 N Mangum St, Durham, NC 27701
Join us to provide input on the DRAFT Durham Belt Line Trail Master Plan.
Stop in any time to review sections and discuss the plan with city staff and the project team.
The meeting site is served by the GoDurham Route 4. View the schedule and a route map at
The first public workshop for the Master Plan was held in September 2017. Review information from the meeting below.
A second public workshop is currently being scheduled for early June 2018.
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Dale McKeel, is the City of Durham project manager for the Durham Belt Line Trail Master Plan. He commutes to work most days by bicycle and has worked as Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for the City of Durham and Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro MPO since 2006.
Todd, Associate VP and Manager of Stewart's Bicycle and Pedestrian Practice, is the Durham Belt Line Trail Master Plan project manager. Todd has over 15 years of experience in transportation planning, engineering, and research in public and private practice. Stewart is a design, engineering and planning firm located in Raleigh, Durham and Charlotte, NC, serving clients throughout the southeastern United States.
Jackie brings more than 25 years experience in urban planning and design, community planning and landscape architecture. She is passionate about community engagement and skilled in meeting facilitation having lead hundreds of public workshops, committee, stakeholder, commission and council meetings.
Kofi Boone, ASLA, Associate Professor at NC State College of Design is an integral part of the team increasing awareness of environmental justice issues and providing collaborative solutions that respond to neighborhood needs, and compel residents to participate in longer-term strategies to activate and sustain equitable use of the Belt Line.
We help communities make better decisions through the understanding of data and design. Urban3 will focus on the potential return on investment for the local community based on increased walkability and access to the Durham Belt Line Trail amenity.
Click on a past event below to view photos.