Effective: Oct. 18, 2022
CATS Seeks Public Input on Potential Route and Station Changes for LYNX Silver Line Light Rail Nov. 1-17
Public input is a vital part of the LYNX Silver Line planning process – that's why we need your feedback! Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) will host an online open house and two live virtual public meetings in November to share:
- Proposed route and station shift in the Bojangles Coliseum area
- Potential route and station changes in Center City Charlotte
Please join us for a live virtual public meeting or visit the online open house. Each live virtual public meeting will feature a presentation, followed by a question-and-answer session. The live virtual meeting information and online open house link is available at RideTransit.org/LYNXSilverLine.
- Live Virtual Public Meeting via CATS YouTube: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 5:30 p.m.
- Live Virtual Public Meeting via CATS YouTube: Wednesday, Nov. 2, noon
- Online Open House: Nov. 1-17
If you require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or translation services (free of charge), contact 704-336-RIDE (7433) prior to the public meeting date.
Beginning Nov. 1, visit RideTransit.org/LYNXSilverLine to take the survey or text "Silver Line" to 704-461-4441 to take the survey on your phone.
To have your comments considered, provide your input by Nov. 17. To request printed copies of materials, ask questions of the project team or submit additional comments, contact Ms. Logan Lover:
- Email: LYNXSilverLine@publicinput.com
- Phone: To speak to a CATS representative, call 704-336-7433 (RIDE). To leave a voicemail comment for the project team, call 704-461-4441 enter code 6636.
- Mail: CATS, C/O Ms. Logan Lover, 600 E. 4th Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
LYNX Silver Line Light Rail
The LYNX Silver Line is a planned multi-jurisdictional, 29-mile light rail line from the City of Belmont in Gaston County, through Center City Charlotte and the Town of Matthews in Mecklenburg County and into Stallings and Indian Trail in Union County. The segment from Center City Charlotte southeast to Matthews was adopted by the Metropolitan Transit Commission, the CATS' policy board, as the initial phase for environmental review, design and construction.