CDOT Pilot Programs
NoDa On-street Parking Enforcement Pilot:
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. Visit the NoDa On-street Parking Pilot page for more information.
Shared Mobility Pilot Program:
A key element of the city's vision includes creating a high-energy, hyper-connected, safe community. The City of Charlotte is working to achieve that vision through the addition of a Shared Mobility Pilot Program, which adds electric scooter options to the city's existing bike share program.
Visit the Shared Mobility Pilot page for more infomration.
The Plaza Separated Bicycle Lane Demonstration Project:
The Plaza Demonstration Project Findings Report is now available. This report summarizes the separated bicycle lane project that occurred on The Plaza from May 7 through May 14, and includes summary data on vehicle speeds and counts, bicycle activity, and from public input collected during and after the project was completed.
Car Share Pilot:
The City, in partnership with Zipcar, has launched a car share pilot program, giving Charlotte's community members access to another transportation choice to get around town. For the initial pilot program, Zipcar will provide car share vehicles for six on-street parking spaces (designated by CDOT) and six off-street parking spaces (located in parking garages) throughout Uptown and South End. In addition, Zipcar will continue to provide car share services at Charlotte Douglas International Airport and UNC Charlotte. Visit Car Share Pilot Program for more information.
Neighborhood Traffic Circles Pilot:
City forces installed two temporary neighborhood traffic circles or "mini-roundabouts" at the following intersections: Belrose Lane at Castlewood Road, and Jameston Drive at Irby Drive. Over a period of several weeks, these two neighborhood traffic circles will be evaluated for their effectiveness as a traffic calming and placemaking treatment. View the news release for more information.