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Upcoming Public Meetings

Join us at the upcoming Blue Line Extension public meetings. 

Please come ask questions, learn about various City and State projects and give us feedback. 

Each public meeting will be Open House Forum style from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. A presentation will be given at 6:15 p.m. **Please note the October 14 daytime meeting will be a drop-in form only**

The information presented at each workshop will be the same.​​

Tuesday, October 13​

6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

The Oasis Shriners

604 Doug Mayes Pl, Charlotte, NC 28262


Wednesday, October 14

11:30 – 1:30 *Drop-In Only*

Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Library, Main

310 N. Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC 28202


Thursday, October 15

6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Sugaw Creek Presbyterian ​Church

101 W Sugar Creek Rd, Charlotte, NC 28213


Check out our New BLE video to follow the LYNX Blue Line Extension alignment and hear about the connections light rail brings to Charlotte.

You may register to receive electronic public meeting updates by clicking the Notify Me icon at the top of this page.

We want you to stay informed throughout the BLE construction phase. To do that there are several ways that you can choose to stay informed of project updates, construction plans and future detours. Two new social media sites dedicated to BLE information are ready for your use to give you the most up to date information and answer your questions.
Twitter:            https://twitter.com/BLEupdates
If you prefer to go online please visit www.charlottefuture.com or www.ridetransit.org to connect with BLE project information, rapid transit planning and future construction information.

Thank you for your help in shaping the LYNX Blue Line Extension light rail project.  Your involvementCATS staff shares information at the Fanta Festival helps us identify issues that affect your community and ensure your input in the decision-making process for the project.  

This website is one component of the extensive public involvement effort for this project.  Additional information can be found in Northeast Transitions (project newsletter) or by calling 704-336-RIDE (7433).  Feel free to print and distribute items from the Project Facts page as appropriate.  You may also participate in this project by providing written or verbal comments, attending public meetings, and/or asking us to speak to your civic, neighborhood or business group. 

View the Public Meeting Summaries page for information about past meetings.

To request a speaker for your next organizational meeting, contact our Speaker's Bureau.