Longtime plans to connect uptown Charlotte to the Lake Norman area by commuter rail picked up speed again this week.Read more
In July, the Biden administration introduced a proposal that would require states and municipalities to track and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.Read more
This blog features the impactful work that North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association member Sustain Charlotte engages in to achieve its mission of creating a more sustainable future for Charlotte-area residents, focusing on transportation and mobility, the economy, buildings and development, and social equity.
It was originally posted by NCSEA and jointly written by Alex Clingman from NCSEA and Lauren Sawyers of Sustain Charlotte.Read more
Charlotte, NC (Aug. 22, 2022) — Sustain Charlotte applauds Charlotte City Council for passing the Unified Development Ordinance. Monday’s historic vote will help shape how North Carolina's largest city grows.Read more
Charlotte City Council is set to vote on the proposed Unified Development Ordinance on Monday, Aug. 22. Here’s what you need to know about the UDO, what changed since the last public hearing in July, and what comes next.Read more
This is the fourth and final part in a series highlighting how the Strategic Mobility Plan could benefit Charlotte’s three E’s: the environment, equity, and economy. In this post, we’ll be covering how the plan could support Charlotte’s economy, cutting the costs of car dependence and boosting businesses.
The plan is designed to improve Charlotte’s public transportation system and make the city safer to navigate for people who walk, bike, and ride transit.Read more
This is part 3 in a series highlighting how the Strategic Mobility Plan could benefit Charlotte’s three E’s: the environment, equity, and economy. In this post, we’ll be covering how the plan could help Charlotte grow more equitably, helping residents commute safely and reliably without a car and increasing access to critical economic and health opportunities.Read more
A new LYNX Blue Line station may be coming to South End. We’ll walk you through the history of the project and the options that have been discussed.Read more
Plans to build a new commuter rail line connecting uptown Charlotte to northern Mecklenburg County are picking up speed. As soon as September, the Charlotte Area Transit System could be seeking approval to move forward to a design refresh.Read more
This is Part 2 in a series highlighting how Charlotte’s new Strategic Mobility Plan could benefit the three E’s: the environment, equity, and economy. In this post, we’ll be wrapping up our discussion on the environment, focusing on how the plan could protect Charlotte’s air and water quality.Read more