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4th Street Corridor

​A project from the Uptown Connects! Study​​​​

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​​In the spring of 2016, the Charlotte Department of Transportation partnered with Charlotte Center City Partners to develop the Uptown Connects! Study, which identifies challenges of bicycling in uptown Charlotte and provides a series of recommendations to make cycling safer and more comfortable. Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) are partnering to pilot a series of “floating bus stop” platforms along segments of 4th St, from College Street to Church Street. Floating bus stops are designed to allow buses to make in-lane stops without disrupting the flow of the bicycle lane. Bicyclists will continue to travel in a dedicated lane, but must yield once approaching a bus stop to allow for bus passenger pickup/drop off. In addition to the floating bus stops, vertical elements such as flexible bollards and planters will be added to create a protected bike lane.

Graphic of proposed installation on 4th Street, between Tryon Street and Church Street.

Photo of actual installation on 4th Street, between Tryon Street and Church Street.

 Things to remember:

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  • Enhance existing bicycle facilities to increase safety and encourage use by bicyclists and scooters.
  • Remove transit vehicle conflicts within bike lanes and enhance operations.
  • Remove conflicting loading zones from existing bike lanes and relocate them to a newly created loading zone on Tryon Street.

Meeting details will be shared once they are determined.

​$250,000 funded by CDOT’s Bicycle Program


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