What will future travel look like in Charlotte? Centralina Regional Council has plan called ‘Connect Beyond’
How will we get around in the future here in Charlotte? The city of Charlotte has been talking about its plan for a Transformational Mobility Network.
Agencies endorse regional transportation system that include Cabarrus
The wheels are in motion for the greater Charlotte region to implement a comprehensive transportation system. The project partners, Centralina Regional Council and the Metropolitan Transit Commission (MTC), have voted to officially endorse the CONNECT Beyond regional mobility plan.
Regional Leaders Endorse CONNECT Beyond Plan
It remained apparent during a Charlotte City Council retreat in Winston-Salem this week that there are still many questions to be answered regarding the city’s more localized Transformational Mobility Network (TMN), but there was more hopeful news for the broader 12-county CONNECT Beyond plan on Friday. It was announced that project partners, the Centralina Regional Council and the Metropolitan Transit Commission (MTC) voted to officially endorse the regional mobility plan.
Connect Beyond Regional Mobility Plan gains support
The Centralina Regional Council and the Metropolitan Transit Commission have voted to endorse the CONNECT Beyond regional mobility plan. The first-of-its-kind plan serves as a blueprint for how to implement an interconnected transportation network that combines high-capacity transit lines, enhanced bus service and other mobility solutions.
Regional transit moving closer to reality? Local leaders weigh in on latest effort
For years, if not decades, political and business leaders in the Charlotte area have lamented the lack of regional collaboration and consensus for transit and transportation planning — without much in the way of momentum.
Plenty Of Big Ideas Are Still On The Table For Charlotte's Future
It’s been a tough year already for big ideas in Charlotte. First, the city’s ambitious goal of a referendum for a 1-cent sales tax to fund a massive, $8 billion to $12 billion transit and mobility plan was thrown into question after worries emerged about whether the legislature would let it on the ballot and Census delays will likely nix elections this November.
Instead Of Just Increasing Supply, Planners Look To Manage Transportation Demand
When it comes to transportation and transit needs, people usually think of increasing the supply: Adding more lanes, building more rail lines, buying more buses.