NoDa On-street Parking Enforcement Pilot Project
The Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) is implementing two pilot projects beginning in January and February 2018 to improve traffic and pedestrian safety in NoDa. CDOT is increasing awareness, education, enforcement and safety of on-street parking regulations and loading zones in the area bounded by North Davidson Street to North Alexander Street, from North Brevard to 36th streets.
NoDa On-street Parking Enforcement Pilot Project Begins in January 2, 2018 on North Davidson Street, Yadkin Avenue, North Alexander Street, North Brevard Street, 32nd, 33rd, 34th, 35th and 36th streets
The City's Park It! staff will patrol the designated area to assist in the enforcement of on-street parking regulations where illegally parked vehicles impair sight distances and impede turning movements at intersections, block fire hydrants or driveways, and prevent emergency vehicle and school bus access. Vehicles parked illegally may receive a warning citation during the month of January. Full enforcement will occur for an additional two-week period beginning February 1st.
These changes are designed to provide a safer environment for area residents, businesses and visitors.
Surveys will be distributed and data will be reviewed following the trial period to determine impact on community safety. Please click on the link on the right.
Conversion of On-street Parking to Loading Zone Trial Begins February 1, 2018 on North Davidson Street in NoDa
The Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) is implementing a trial on-street parking enforcement program on both sides of the 3200 block of North Davidson Street.
Existing parking spaces will be converted to LOADING ZONES only beginning February 1st for a two-week trial period.
Commercial vehicle loading and passenger vehicle time-limited drop off/pick up ONLY will be permitted in this block. Signage will be installed to delineate the affected area.
The purpose of the trial project is to address pedestrian, bicycle and traffic safety concerns. These changes are designed to provide a safer environment for area residents and service providers.
The City's Park It! program will patrol the area to assist in the enforcement of the loading zone spaces. Vehicles parked, stopped, or standing illegally in the loading zone may receive a citation.
CDOT staff conducted door-to-door meetings with each of the affected tenants in the 3200 block of North Davidson Street to answer questions prior to project implementation. Surveys will be distributed and data will be reviewed following the trial period to determine impact on community safety and next steps.
CDOT staff presented these pilot projects to the NoDa Neighborhood and Business Association at the December and January meetings. Details
about the trial projects are available on the NoDa.org website and NextDoor.
Comments or questions may be addressed to CDOT Field Services Manager, Allison Naftel at 704-336-3922 or