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NCDOT honors Creedmoor project with Mobi Award

Posted on May 5, 2022

Updated on May 8, 2022

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Michael Frangos, Creedmoor's assistant city manager, reacts to  receiving the NCDOT Mobi Award. Grateful for the recognition, Frangos said he can't wait to share the news with the community. Contributed photo

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Michael Frangos, Creedmoor's assistant city manager, reacts to receiving the NCDOT Mobi Award. Grateful for the recognition, Frangos said he can't wait to share the news with the community. Contributed photo

RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation honored communities this week that developed some of the state’s best multimodal projects.
The city of Creedmoor Cross City Trail won the Mobi Award for best rural project. Nominated by the city, the Cross City Trail completes a four-phase, greenway throughout Creedmoor. It opened in September 2020 and provides a separate, ADA-accessible bicycle and pedestrian path that connects Lake Rogers Park to downtown Creedmoor and new housing subdivisions along N.C. Highway 56. Check out the winner’s reaction.

The NCDOT Mobi Awards, which started in 2019, recognizes transportation projects that improve the economy and enhance the quality of life in North Carolina communities. Projects had to combine the use of at least two transportation modes such as aviation, bicycle, pedestrian, ferry, public transportation, rail and roadway. More than 30 projects competed in this year’s NCDOT Mobi Awards.
“Multimodal projects are an important piece of our transportation present and future,” said state Transportation Secretary Eric Boyette. “We hope that the Mobi Awards will inspire more communities to think creatively about the next great project in transportation.”  
After hosting the 2020 Awards ceremony virtually, this year’s awards were held in person during a luncheon event at the Raleigh Marriott City Center. NCDOT’s Deputy Secretary for Multimodal Transportation Julie White presented the awards.
“These projects we honored today connect people to opportunity, to jobs, to healthcare and education,” White said. “They make our state more equitable and reduce our carbon footprint. In short, they make our state more accessible, attractive and competitive.”
Judges selected winners and honorable mentions from the following categories: Rural, Urban, Small Urban, Large Urban and Innovation. There was also a sixth category, Most Voted Project. For the MVP category, all this year’s entries were placed online so the public could vote for the winner. The projects with the most votes won.
The 2022 NCDOT Mobi Book, which has detailed descriptions and pictures of all this year’s entries, can be found online.  

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