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With Red Line talks looming, Cornelius may rejoin LKN transportation alliance

April 3. By Dave Yochum. [Updated] With Red Line discussions gathering steam, it looks like Cornelius is about to rejoin the regional Lake Norman Transportation Commission headed up by former Mooresville Mayor Bill Thunberg. The LNTC helped the towns work together on regional transportation issues, providing a unified voice when dealing with the NCDOT or […]


Norfolk Southern says it’s open to discussing Red Line commuter rail to LKN on O Line

Oct. 19. By Dave Yochum. Norfolk Southern says it is “willing to consider” discussing opening the O Line to commuter rail between Charlotte and Lake Norman. “We have not decided upon what form such a transaction might take, whether an outright sale of the O Line or some variant of a lease,” Norfolk Southern chief […]


What do they think? 9 candidates for Town Board discuss Bus Rapid Transit

Sept. 27. By Dave Yochum. A commuter rail line serving North Meck looks more and more like pie in the sky, despite transit oriented developments—like Antiquity in Cornelius and Bryton in Huntersville—that were built around promises made by Charlotte leaders over the years. North Meck voters have had a history of supporting transit, dating back […]