Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

CATS
12/6/2016

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  3 – The Plaza


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 3, The Plaza, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 3 is proposed to become a new crosstown between Beatties Ford Road at Lasalle Street and the Lawyers Road Park and Ride off Albemarle Road.  Existing areas of Route 3 from The Plaza and Milton Road to Davidson Street and Jordan Place would remain served by the 3.  Service east of Milton Road to CPCC-Cato Campus, as well as south of Jordan Place to Parkwood Avenue, would shift to new Route 23.  Davidson Street south of Parkwood Avenue would be discontinued and not have any bus service, and instead having access to the new 9th Street and Parkwood Avenue LYNX Stations.  The new service west of North Tryon Street would replace the existing Route 204.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14
        7:00 a.m. 


Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  4 – Country Club


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 4, Country Club, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 4 is proposed to be extended farther out The Plaza to the new Sugar Creek Road station.  Existing areas of Route 4 from 10th Street to The Plaza and Matheson Avenue would remain served by the 4.  Service within Uptown would be re-routed from McDowell and 7th Streets to 12th/Brevard Streets inbound and Caldwell/11th Streets outbound.  Service along Matheson, Mecklenburg and Belvedere Avenues would be discontinued.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14
        7:00 a.m.  

 


Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  11 – North Tryon


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 11, North Tryon, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 11 is proposed to end at University Pointe Boulevard on the side of the North Tryon Walmart.  Existing areas of Route 11 south of Walmart would remain served by the 11.  Service between WT Harris and JW Clay Blvd would shift to the new Route 22.  Service north JW Clay to John Kirk would shift to the new Route 29.  North Tryon Street between Walmart and WT Harris Blvd would be discontinued and not have any bus service, instead having access to the new McCullough LYNX Station.


CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14
        7:00 a.m. 

 


Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  13 – Nevin Road


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 13, Nevin Rd., upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 13 is proposed to become a new crosstown between Beatties Ford Road at Capps Hill Mine Road and the new Sugar Creek LYNX Station.  Existing areas of Route 13 northeast of Cindy Lane to Dalecrest would remain served by the 13.  Service south of Cindy Lane to Uptown would shift to the new Route 21.  New service would be added to Cindy Lane between Statesville and Beatties Ford Roads.  Service west of Beatties Ford Road would replace the existing Route 201.


CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.  


Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  17– Commonwealth


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 17, Commonwealth, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 17 is proposed to be re-routed in Uptown between 10th/Louise (near Salvation Army on Central Avenue) and Uptown.  Service within Uptown would be re-routed 10th/12th/Brevard inbound and Caldwell/11th/10th outbound.  Areas east of 10th/Louise would remain served by the 17, except for Green Oaks Lane and Briar Creek Road.  There, the 17 is proposed to stay straight on Commonwealth Avenue.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  21 – Double Oaks


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 21, Double Oaks upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 21 is proposed to be extended to the Sunset Road area near Statesville and Old Statesville Roads.  Existing service on Graham Street to Uptown would remain on the 21.  The new Route 21 would largely replace the existing Route 13 north of Dalton Road to Cindy Lane, as well as new service north of Cindy Lane to Sunset Road.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  22 – Graham Street


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 22, Graham St., upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 22 is proposed to be extended to the new JW Clay Blvd LYNX Station via WT Harris Blvd.  Existing service south of WT Harris Blvd to Uptown would remain served by the 22, with the exceptions of Dalton/Tryon and the neighborhood streets in the Tryon Hills community.  There, the Route 22 would stay on Graham Street, and the new Route 3 would provide neighborhood service on Morris Avenue.  South of Dalton, the new 22 would stay on Graham to 4th/Trade to the CTC.  Areas north of WT Harris Blvd would shift to the new Route 54.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  23 – Shamrock Drive


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 23, Shamrock Dr., upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 23 is proposed to connect the new 25th Street LYNX Station on Brevard Street.  Existing service east of 36th/The Plaza to Milton/Tipperary would remain served by the 23.  Service on 36th/Davidson, plus Milton Road and WT Harris Blvd would shift to the new Route 3.  New service on the 23 would connect The Plaza to LYNX via Matheson Avenue and a clockwise loop on Davidson Street, Parkwood Avenue, and Jordan Place.  New routing would also replace portions of the existing Route 3 from Milton/The Plaza to the CPCC-Cato Campus. Davidson Street south of Parkwood Avenue would be discontinued and  not have any bus service, and instead having access to the new 9th Street and Parkwood Avenue LYNX Stations.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  29 – UNCC/SouthPark


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 29, UNCC/SouthPark, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 29 is proposed to be split at Eastland into two routes.  Existing service between University City Blvd and Grier Road, as well as The Plaza/Barringer to Eastland, would remain served by the 29.  Existing service between CPCC-Cato and The Plaza/Barringer would shift to the new Route 23.  Service south of Eastland to South Park would shift to a completely new Route 28.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  39 – Eastway Drive


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 39, Eastway Dr., upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 39 is proposed to become a new crosstown between Billingsley Road near Randolph and Wendover Roads and the new Old Concord Road LYNX Station.  Existing service north of Central Avenue would remain served by the 39.  South of Central Avenue, the new 39 would continue on Eastway Drive to Wendover Road, then turn around within the Grier Heights community via Billingsley Road.  This new service within Grier Heights would replace the existing Route 232.  Thus, the Route 232 would no longer exist.   Service along Central Avenue would remain served by the Route 9.  Service along 3rd and 4th Streets would remain served by Routes 14 and 15.  With the exception of Route 25 right at Presbyterian Hospital, Hawthorne Lane would not have any bus service, instead having access to the CityLYNX Gold Line.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  201 – Garden City


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 201, Garden City, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 201 is proposed to be discontinued.  Areas of the Route 201 is proposed to be served by the new Route 13.  The new 13 would provide new crosstown service between Capps Hill Mine Road and the new Sugar Creek LYNX Station.  This new route would also add new service to Cindy Lane between Beatties Ford and Statesville Roads.  Transfers to Route 7 now made at Rosa Parks Community Transit Center would instead be made at bus stops along Beatties Ford Road between Capps Hill Mine Road and Cindy Lane.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org

All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  204 - Lasalle


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 204, Lasalle, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 204 is proposed to be discontinued.  Areas along the existing Route 204 would be and replaced by the new Route 3.  The new 3 would provide new crosstown service between existing areas of the 204 and the Lawyers Road Park and Ride near Albemarle Road.  The new crosstown would also provide connections to the new LYNX Blue Line Extension at the new 36th Street Station.  Transfers to Routes 7, 11, and 22 would continue to be at the same locations.  Transfers to Route 13 would shift to the new Route 21 on Statesville Road.  New transfers to Routes 9 and 23 would be possible with the new service extended to Albemarle Road.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org


All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  211 – Hidden Valley


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 211, Hidden Valley, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 211 would be discontinued.  Areas of the Route 211 is proposed to be served by the new Route 59.  Transfers to Route 11 in front of the Library would shift to the intersection of Sugar Creek Road.  Connections to the new LYNX Blue Line would be possible at both the new Sugar Creek and Tom Hunter Road Stations.  Outbound service from Sugar Creek Road to North Tryon at Tom Hunter would remain the same.  Inbound service through the neighborhood would be relocated to Tom Hunter Road between Elgywood Lane and White Plains Road.  The new 59 inbound would use White Plains Road between Tom Hunter and Sugar Creek Roads.  Service on Craighead Road would shift to the new Route 13.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org


All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.


 

Public Open House at Charlotte Transportation Center

Proposed Major Service Change for LYNX Blue Line Extension

Route  232 – Grier Heights


The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is proposing major changes to the Route 232, Grier Heights, upon the opening of the LYNX Blue Line Extension in 2017.  It is timely for CATS to receive feedback concerning proposals to better connect bus routes to the new light rail extension.

Route 232 would be discontinued.  Areas of the Route 232 is proposed to be served by the new Route 39.  The new 39 would provide new crosstown service between Grier Heights and the new Old Concord Rd LYNX Station.  Transfers to Routes 9, 15, and 27 will continue to be in the locations.  Areas east of Eastway Drive, including Windsor Park neighborhood streets, would no longer have bus service, due to low ridership.  Customers on Kilborne Drive would have walk access to bus stops on Eastway Drive.  Sharon Amity Road would continue to be served by Routes 29 and 222.

CATS wants your feedback and encourages transit customers and interested members of the community to visit the food court area of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) during any of the below times.  CATS staff will be there to answer questions and discuss proposed changes.  Maps of the new route proposals will be at the CTC, and can also be found online at ridetransit.org


All times listed are located in the food court of the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC).

Wednesday, December 7
        1:00 p.m.  

Friday, December 9
        7:00 a.m. 

Monday, December 12
        1:00 p.m.  

Tuesday, December 13
        7:00 a.m.  

Wednesday, December 14

         7:00 a.m.