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CDOT News Release Archive
Open Streets 704 and BIKE! Charlotte 2016
Get active & explore the community!
Road Resurfacing Work
Resurfacing work begins on some Charlotte streets, including milling, adjusting manhole covers and other structures and repaving.
CDOT Reminds All to "Stay Alert, Stay Safe"
CDOT participates in two nationally recognized educational campaigns: Distracted Driving Awareness Month and National Work Zone Awareness Week.
Charlotte Partners with Waze Connected Citizens Program
Seven Southeast Region Municipalities Join In Free Data Share Program with Waze In Hopes to Ease Congestion
Charlotte MOVES – A Transportation and Planning Public Workshop
Join CDOT, CATS and Planning as we discuss Charlotte's growth and answer the questions: "How will we grow? How will we travel? What will we look like?"
Heavy Traffic Expected During CIAA Tournament Uptown
The CIAA basketball tournament begins Tuesday, February 23 and runs through Saturday, February 27 at Time Warner Cable Arena. Heavy Uptown pedestrian and motorist traffic is expected throughout the event.
Updated: Charlotte DOT Treating City Streets for Winter Weather
CDOT's Street Maintenance crews have been treating City streets with salt brine for winter weather conditions.
Charlotte Prepares for Winter Weather
The Charlotte Department of Transportation will be treating some Charlotte streets today with salt brine in anticipation of a winter weather event arriving Friday morning and possibly continuing over the next few days.
CDOT Focuses on Clearing Uptown Streets and Sidewalks
CDOT's priority is clearing uptown streets and sidewalks, especially in the area around the Bank of America Stadium. This is in anticipation of heavy pedestrian traffic Sunday for the Panthers' Championship football game.
CDOT Continues Treating City Streets for Ice & Snow
CDOT continued plowing City streets and applying salt throughout the night. Crews will continue to treat priority routes throughout the day Saturday.
Charlotte DOT Treats City Streets for Winter Weather
CDOT is treating City streets for winter weather conditions. City Street Maintenance crews are working in 12 hour shifts, beginning 7 a.m. Friday through 7 p.m. Saturday.
Charlotte Prepares For Winter Weather
CDOT will be treating Charlotte bridges today with salt brine in anticipation of a winter weather event over the next few days.
Rocky River Road West Design Presentation and Northeast Transportation Update
Local and State representatives will provide an update on transportation projects in the Newell area and northeast corridor.
Heavy Uptown Traffic Expected on December 30
Heavy uptown traffic is expected starting early Wednesday, December 30 due to the Belk Bowl FanFest activities and game.
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.
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