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Conservation development standards

City Council approves Conservation Development UDO amendment

Charlotte City Council met Monday evening for its monthly zoning meeting. We were particularly interested…

Keith Helfrich

Keith’s story: Car-free in a young city 

Keith Helfrich decided early on in life that he would not get a driver’s license. …

Arbor Day Foundation, EPA

Mecklenburg County is heating up. Could trees be the answer?

This week, the Environmental Stewardship Committee held their May meeting. There was only one item…

Electric train

Sustain Charlotte supports grant to build electrified transit, rail, port, and micromobility projects

Sustain Charlotte signed on to support legislation that would authorize the U.S. Department of Transportation…

May 13 City budget hearing

Sustain Charlotte and supporters voice call for bike infrastructure funding

Last night, City Council held its second annual budget public hearing. With 75 people signed…

City Council budget hearing May 13

Council Quickies: Budget Hearing Gives Glimpse at Residents’ Priorities (Queen City Nerve)

Charlotte City Council met for an action review, budget hearing and business meeting on Monday…

Eric Zaverl WSOC-TV

Does Charlotte need more roads or more rail? (WSOC-TV)

This week, WSOC-TV investigated whether Charlotte would be better served by building out our bus…

Andy Patel

Andy’s story: Making the most of a car theft

Andy Patel grew up in North Carolina, having attended high school in Gastonia and college…

Mixed and affordable housing

City Council committee eager to close development loopholes

This week, the Transportation, Planning, and Development Committee held their May meeting. They discussed CATS…

WSOC-TV road image

Charlotte’s roads are crowded. Is the solution more roads or fewer drivers? (WSOC-TV)

Whether on a highway or cruising across SouthPark, if you’ve driven around the Queen City…