NoDa On-street Parking Enforcement Pilot Project
The Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) is starting a pilot project beginning in January 2018 to improve traffic and pedestrian safety in NoDa.
CDOT is increasing awareness, education and enforcement of on-street parking regulations in the area bounded by North Davidson Street to North Alexander Street, from North Brevard to 36th streets.
The City's Park It! staff will patrol the designated area to assist in the enforcement of on-street parking regulations where illegally parked vehicles impair sight distances and impede turning movements at intersections, block fire hydrants or driveways, and prevent emergency vehicle and school bus access. Vehicles parked illegally may receive a warning citation during the month of January. Full enforcement will occur for an additional two-week period beginning February 1st.
These changes are designed to provide a safer environment for area residents, businesses and visitors.
Surveys will be distributed and data will be reviewed following the trial period to determine impact on community safety.
Concurrent with this trial project, a targeted parking conversion to loading zone and enforcement effort will be implemented in the 3200 block of North Davidson Street. Existing on-street parking will be converted to LOADING ZONES only beginning February 1st for a two-week trial period. Details about this trial project are available on the NoDa.org website and NextDoor.
Comments or questions should be addressed to Allison Naftel at 704-336-3922.