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CATS Alternative Commuting: The future of local transit?

CATS on-demand pilot program coming to N. Meck

Dec. 7. By Dave Yochum. The Charlotte Area Transit System plans to test an on-demand service that would allow local travelers to call for a ride in Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville. The goal would be to replace the lightly used Village Rider service in North Mecklenburg. The pilot program will be offered through a mix […]

CATS virtual meeting at 5:30 regarding local transit improvements

Nov. 18. CATS will hold a virtual public meeting at 5:30 pm today regarding future enhancements for MetroRAPID bus rapid transit (BRT) service in the north corridor which includes Cornelius, Huntersville, Davidson and Mooresville. CATS will present proposed park and ride locations, mobility hub locations and “direct connects” to the I-77 Express Lanes. Click here […]

‘Beyond 77’ looking for transit input

Nov. 11. Bike route improvements on Morehead Street in Charlotte, work zone management technology enhancements and driverless shuttles on campuses are among the preliminary recommendations from the “Beyond 77” transportation study commissioned by the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO). “More than 25,000 residents weighed in on the Beyond 77 transportation study, and we are […]


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 […]