Charlotte leaders consider how to undo a 'legacy' of housing segregation.

Executive director, Shannon Binns was quoted in the Charlotte Observer about exploring a controversial policy. Read more here: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/biz-columns-blogs/development/article228594739.html#storylink=cpy Read more here: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/biz-columns-blogs/development/article228594739.html#storylink=cpy Continue reading

Bronx rail project a new frontier for transit-oriented development

Executive Director , Shannon Binns, was quoted in The Bond Buyer. Continue reading

Developers, planners: Proposed transit development rules for Charlotte represent good compromise

Our executive director, Shannon Binns, was quoted in this article featured in the Charlotte Business Journal. Continue reading

Grow Smart CLT – LYNX System Update: Refreshing the 2030 Transit Plan

QC Metro shares our event for March 13th.  Continue reading

Airport Train Route Stirs Concern Because It Avoids Center City

Our Executive Director, Shannon Binns, shares our thoughts and concerns regarding the planned route for the Silver Line through Uptown. Continue reading

North Carolina bill would require riders to register bicycles, pay fee

Bicycle Manager, Kate Cavazza, was interviewed about the new bike bill rolling into North Carolina forcing bicyclists to pay taxes on their bikes. Continue reading

MTC OKs 2030 System Plan, Including Airport Light Rail

Sustain Charlotte's letter to CATS on the silver line was referenced in the latest WFAE story about the 2030 System Plan. Continue reading

Charlotte City Council Approves Cross Charlotte Trail Plan

Kate Cavazza , Bike Program Manager, was quote at the recent city council meeting in regards to the Cross Charlotte trail plan. Continue reading

The Build Episode 44: Stretch

Shannon Binns tells the story of Sustain Charlotte on The Build. Continue reading

Sustain Charlotte Seeks Nominees for 2019 Charlotte Sustainability Awards

Sustain Charlotte is now seeking nominations for the 2019 Charlotte Sustainability Awards. Do you know a person, project, plan, business, or nonprofit that deserves to be honored for advancing smart growth and sustainability in Charlotte? Nominate them for a Charlotte Sustainability Award! Continue reading