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BusCATS Is The Way To GoHybrid Bus
CATS has three routes to connect riders to spots in Huntersville, Cornelius and Davidson.CATS
CATS invites you to Rack and Ride throughout the Metrolina Area. Buses have bicycle racks so you can ride and bike to the nearest bus stop or park and ride location.CATS
Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) has an on-line bus schedule page. Select the route you want to see the schedule. CATS
Charlotte Douglas International AirportCharlotte Douglas International Airport
Plan a trip by bus or rail and view it with the interactive map, or view a timetable for a specific date for a route or stop. CATS
Road Sign - Repair or MissingIf you notice a damaged road sign, missing or where one might be needed, contact the CharMeck 311 Call Center. An engineering services investigator will evaluate each request.
Special Transportation Service (STS) provides door-to-door transit services within Charlotte's City limits, including the towns of Matthews and Pineville, for individuals with disabilities certified as eligible according to ADA.CATS
The CATS Gold Rush provides service from the Charlotte Transportation Center to Johnson C. Smith University. This free service is a great way to connect to Center City Charlotte and the LYNX Blue Line. CATS
The CityLYNX Gold Line runs from the Time Warner Cable Arena to Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center with six stations along the way, complete with a lighted, covered seating area.CATS
The LYNX Blue Line is the Charlotte region's first light rail service. It is 9.6 miles long and operates from I-485 at South Boulevard to Uptown Charlotte. Offers 15 stations, including seven park and ride locations.CATS
Traffic accidents - live feedView a live feed of traffic accidents across the city.
Traffic and pedestrian signal outagePlease report all traffic and pedestrian signals that are burned out or not working discovered between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. immediately by calling 311. After 5 p.m. please call 911.