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85 G r e e r Community Master Plan Retail on One Side The focus area limits regional retail to the east side of SC 14. This would allow the west side of SC 101 to become a valued location for office and employment. Separating the regional retail near the interstate and the neighborhood retail near Abner Creek Road will be important to maintaining traffic operations and character in the area. Street Connectivity The existing street network Plemmons Road Leonard Road and Duncan-Reidville Road is maximized by offering new connections with the area particularly over I-85. By providing a secondary roadway network east of SC 101 a regional commercial center can be fostered without duplicating the traffic challenges and gridlock exhibited by other major retail centers at interstate interchanges e.g. Woodruff Road. Corridor Standards In addition to fostering a secondary roadway network corridor standards should be established to improve the character of SC 101. Corridor standards should focus on appropriate sidewalk widths landscape buffers lighting and sitearchitectural design standards. Additional urban design gateway features may be considered at the interchange. South 101 Corridor Strategies Create a connection on the north side of I-85 from 101 to Duncan- Reidville Road Add a local crossing over I-85 northeast of 101 Create a local connection south of I-85 and east of 101 between Plemmons Road and Rogers Bridge Road Develop gateway urban design and streetscape enhancements for 101 Encourage employment on the west side of 101 Establish a buffer between regional development and future residential development to the west south and east