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CDOT News Release Archive
Watch for Me NC news conference
The City of Charlotte Watch for Me NC team and its partnering agencies will report out on the campaign's efforts and stress the need for continued safety vigilance, especially in the Blue Line Extension work corridor on Tuesday, December 1, 2015.
Heavy Uptown Traffic Expected on Monday, November 2, 2015
Heavy uptown game-day traffic is expected starting mid-afternoon on Monday, November 2. Some streets near the Bank of America Stadium may be closed to traffic.
Charlotte Prepares For Winter Weather CDOT Snow & Ice Media Day
The Charlotte Department of Transportation is preparing for ice, snow and winter weather. The media is invited to see firsthand what it takes to get work crews and equipment ready.
Road Resurfacing Work Update, October 16, 2015
The City of Charlotte will continue resurfacing work on some Charlotte streets over the next few weeks. Resurfacing construction includes milling, adjusting manhole covers and other structures, repaving and then pavement marking.
Cross Charlotte Trail Master Plan Celebration and Tours, October 17, 2015
Come join us on the trail; register for one of the bicycle or walking tours!
Pedestrian and Bicycle Week (October 7 -18, 2015)
Pedestrian and Bicycle Week is a celebration of all the individuals and organizations in Charlotte dedicated to improving pedestrian and bicycle safety and mobility.
Road Resurfacing Work Update
The City of Charlotte will begin resurfacing work on some Charlotte streets over the next few weeks. Resurfacing construction includes milling, adjusting manhole covers and other structures and repaving.
Heavy Uptown Traffic Expected on September 2 and 3
Several sports-related events are scheduled to take place uptown next week.
Watch for Me NC Safety Program Launches
News Conference Thursday, August 27: CDOT, CMPD, NCDOT and other agencies partner in upcoming Watch for Me NC educational events and enforcement activities.
CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL PUBLIC MEETING: JUNE 30, 2015
Join us on June 30, 2015 for an interactive community workshop to provide input on the Cross Charlotte Trail (XCLT). Share with us how you will use the trail!
Uptown Street Closings for Taste of Charlotte
Several uptown streets will close this week for Taste of Charlotte on June 5-7, 2015.
Resurfacing Work Begins this Week
The City of Charlotte begins resurfacing work on Idlebrook Drive, North Sharon Amity Road and Rama Road.
North Sharon Amity Road Resurfacing Work
The City of Charlotte will begin resurfacing work on North Sharon Amity Road between Wilora Lake Drive and Clearmont Avenue/Spanish Quarter Court on Friday, May 1, 2015.
2015 BIKE! Charlotte Encourages “Riding for a Better Community”
2015 BIKE! Charlotte is 17 days of bicycle-related events and promotions used to empower the citizens of Charlotte to incorporate the bicycle into their daily lives. Pick an event and join us while "Riding for a Better Community."
Charlotte’s Complete Streets Project Included in New National Survey
Fewer car crashes, support for businesses among the outcomes of Complete Streets projects
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