The NC Department of Transportation is collecting feedback on services that could expand mobility options to seniors and individuals with disabilities. 

NCDOT's Statewide Locally Coordinated Plan (LCP) will identify gaps and needs throughout the state to plan for projects and services that will improve and expand mobility options for older adults and people with disabilities. 

Interested in learning more or sharing your thoughts? You can take a online survey, visit a virtual room or attend an in-person workshop. 

Click here for a flyer with full details.


By Car

Located on the Mecklenburg County line just northeast of Charlotte, North Carolina, the Town of Harrisburg is directly accessible to interstates 85 at exit 49/Bruton Smith Boulevard and Interstate 485 at exit 33/University City Boulevard and exit 36/Rocky River Road. To locate the town on GPS or Google maps, use Harrisburg Town Hall's address:
4100 Main Street
Harrisburg, NC 28075

By Plane

Charlotte-Douglas International Airport is located southwest of Harrisburg 24 miles and 30 minutes drive time.

By Bus

The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) serves Harrisburg with the 80x commuter route. Several other routes serve the nearby University of North Carolina at Charlotte campus.

By Rail

A full-service train station is located 12 miles and 25 minutes from Harrisburg Town Center in downtown Charlotte. A station with no ticket office is located 16 miles and 25 minutes northeast of Harrisburg in Kannapolis, North Carolina.

Taxi, Shuttle & Limousine Service

Options for taxi service and ground transportation to and from Harrisburg and throughout the greater Charlotte area are located on the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport website.