Blue Line Extension (Northeast Corridor)

 

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LYNX Blue Line Extension (Northeast Corridor)
The Blue Line Extension (BLE) Transit Station Area Plans are policy documents that provide the framework for future growth and development along the second segment of Charlotte’s comprehensive rapid transit system that extends from 9th Street in Center City through the North Davidson (NoDa) Street area to UNC-Charlotte.

These plans primarily focus on land use, transportation and community design and update portions of several previously adopted area plans. Elected and appointed officials use the transit station area plans as policy guidance when making land use, zoning, and capital investment decisions.

 

Parkwood, 25th Street, 36th Street, Sugar Creek, Old Concord, and Tom Hunter station areas are addressed within the Blue Line Extension Transit Station Area Plan (2013).

University City Boulevard, McCullough, JW Clay Boulevard/UNC Charlotte, and UNC Charlotte Main Campus stations are addressed within the University City Area Plan (2015).

 

 

Light Rail Transit Alignments:


Future Light Rail Transit Alignments:

 

 

CATS - LYNX Blue Line Extension
Link to Charlotte Area Transit System Project Webpage

Video: CATS LYNX Blue Line Extension – preview of what to expect over the next three years of construction



South Corridor Development
Examples of recent development that has occurred along the existing LYNX Blue Line

​For more information please contact:
Mandy Vari
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department
600 E. Fourth St
(8th Floor)
Charlotte, NC 28202
(704)-336-5718