Projects

Charlotte Streets Map

The City of Charlotte is developing a citywide Streets Map. The Charlotte Streets Map (Streets Map) is a map of Charlotte's street network, including limited access roadways, arterial streets, collector streets, and some specific local streets.  The Streets Map reflects adopted transportation policies for multimodal streets and includes the expected multimodal cross-section for each arterial street.  It is used by both the public and private sectors and is intended to create predictability and clarity for how Charlotte's streets will look and function moving forward.

Streets Map (Phase 1) – Streets Map to Implement TOD for the Blue Line

  • Adopted October 28, 2019 and amended July 13, 2020
  • Remains in effect as the City drafts and reviews a citywide Streets Map
  • Supports Transit-Oriented Development Ordinance
  • Only includes streets within Blue Line transit station areas
  • Will become part of the citywide Charlotte Streets Map upon its adoption
  • View the currently adopted Streets Map
     

Streets Map (Phase 2) - Draft Citywide Charlotte Streets Map

  • Reflects adopted transportation policies for multimodal streets
  • Will be reviewed as part of the 2040 Policy Map engagement
  • Once adopted this map will support the Unified Development Ordinance
  •  You can review and provide comments on the online interactive version of the Draft Citywide Streets Map

Charlotte Streets Map Manual

  • The Charlotte Streets Map Manual is a document providing background information on the Streets Map.  You can review and provide comments on the Charlotte Streets Map Manual


Next Steps

  • The public can review the draft Charlotte Streets Map as part of the engagement for the Charlotte Future 2040 Policy Map. Please plan to attend the Charlotte Future Virtual Information Meeting on October 13 to learn more about the Streets Map and how to provide your comments.

  • Stay tuned to the project website for updates and opportunities to provide feedback on the draft Charlotte Streets Map.

The City is developing a "Streets Map" to help implement Charlotte's newly adopted Transit-Oriented Development Zoning Districts. The Streets Map currently shows the arterial, collector, and (on-street) XCLT network along with the expected cross-section for each street in the Blue Line transit station areas. It reflects Charlotte's adopted policies for context-based "complete" streets and will create predictability and clarity for how these streets will look and function moving forward. 

Provide Input

Review and provide input on the Charlotte Streets Map at one of our upcoming meetings (more information below) or online by visiting Charlotte Streets Map.The online version of the Streets Map includes all the cross-section components for each street and provides the opportunity to comment on as many streets or street segments as you like.

Materials

As the development of the Charlotte Streets Map continues, we will share presentations, meeting materials, and other documents on this section of the website. Please check back to view, download, and share as more information is added.


Materials for recent and upcoming meetings are provided below.

What Makes a Street? What We've Heard Charlotte's Transportation Goals 


 


 


 


 




Charlotte Bike Map CLICK HERE Charlotte Streets Map CLICK HERE Charlotte Streets Map Legend CLICK HERE  


 


 


 


 


 

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Upcoming Meetings:

Wednesday, October 13

12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Charlotte Future Virtual Information Meeting