A record 27 pedestrians died in Charlotte last year. This year could be worse.

Our Executive Director, Shannon Binns was interviewed for the Charlotte Observer about record breaking pedestrian deaths. Continue reading

Leaders debate adding another Light Rail stop in SouthEnd

At the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization meeting on Wednesday, a proposal was presented to add an additional stop along the light rail. Continue reading

Meg Fencil on Wilson's World

Our Program Director, Meg Fencil was interviewed on Wilson's World about the Wipe Out Waste Project. Continue reading

Natural Awakenings Spotlights Biketoberfest presented by The Charlotte Knights

An Urban Adventure exploring and benefiting the city of Charlotte. Continue reading

Charlotte Today talks about Biketoberfest with Kate Cavazza

Kate Cavazza tells us why we should cruise around the city on two wheels. Continue reading

Charlotte Agenda Lists things to do the weekend of Oct 13-14

Agenda Weekender: 125+ things to do this weekend, including UNC Charlotte homecoming, Biketoberfest and the Grilled Cheese Festival Continue reading

OpenStreets704 happening September 30th

Kate Cavazza was interviewed on Charlotte Today to promote OpenStreets704. Continue reading

Sustain Charlotte to Hold Fourth Annual Biketoberfest

By Charlotte Stories  Sustain Charlotte started this event in 2015 as a fun way to promote biking for transportation to Charlotte-Mecklenburg residents. Last year almost 600 people attended and we had 100 volunteers! Not only does bicycling for transportation promote a healthier lifestyle, but it also reduces transportation costs as well as air pollution and carbon emissions. Continue reading

Transit ridership is falling in Charlotte. Could Lyft and Uber give it a boost?

By Ely Portillo Since the Charlotte Area Transit System and ride-hailing platform Lyft launched a pilot program in April offering discounted rides to and from light-rail stations, fewer than 100 riders have taken advantage of the deal. But that’s OK, CATS officials say. The pilot program runs through December, and officials are studying how and whether to expand it after that as they gain insight into how riders might use services like Uber and Lyft to get to transit. Continue reading

Riding a bike around Charlotte sucks. Is it too late to fix it?

By: Andrew Dunn (Charlotte Agenda) Have you ever tried to actually get somewhere in Charlotte on a bicycle? Sure, there are plenty of shaded greenways and quiet streets to get in a cycling workout. But what about using a bike as transportation, to get to work or to go shopping or to get from one part of town to another? The result: Frustration. Continue reading