POSTPONED TO JUNE 23: Bike & Walk with CRTC

CRTC is hosting an advocacy workshop on Sunday, June 23 from 3-5pm at Kilborne Park (2600 Kilborne Drive). We will hear a presentation from City of Charlotte’s Bike Manager Dave Campbell about how bike facilities are funded, designed, and constructed. If you can, please plan to ride or bring your bike for a group ride or lace up your tennis shoes for a walk during the workshop! You are also welcome to stay at the park for a guided group dialogue if you prefer not to bike or walk. Snacks will be provided but please bring your own water bottle!

Date: June 23, 2024

Time: 3-5pm

Location: Kilborne Park (2600 Kilborne Drive)


Metropolitan Transit Commission (MTC) Meeting

The MTC is a public body made up of the mayors of each Mecklenburg County municipality and one County Commissioner. This commission oversees the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) and reviews and recommends long-range public transportation plans. Each meeting opens with a public comment – an excellent opportunity for any local transportation advocate to speak directly to decision-makers. Make your voice heard by signing up today!



Date: Monthly on the fourth Wednesday

Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Location: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center, Room 267 or on CATS’ YouTube

Sign up to speak by calling 704-353-1794 



Transportation, Planning, & Development Committee Meeting


This City Council committee reviews and recommends policies surrounding transportation, planning, and development through Charlotte. The committee, made up of 5 council members, is given regular updates by city staff and is often where transportation conversations begin. While there is no public comment option during these meetings, residents can watch the meetings live or through a recording via the City’s YouTube channel.


Date: Monthly on the first Monday

Time: 10:00am to 11:30am

Location: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center or on the City’s YouTube


Past Accomplishments

Opinion: Road widening is never the answer

On February 23, 2023, QC Nerve published a letter written collaboratively with input from the members of the Charlotte Regional Transportation Coalition’s steering committee that explains how incremental investment in the transportation network coupled with rapid population growth puts us on an unsustainable trajectory of high traffic congestion, poor air quality, unattractive economic conditions for attracting and retaining talented workers, and unsafe streets for our most vulnerable residents and offers solutions to these problems. 

Read the letter.

Transit Driver Appreciation Day

Transit Driver Appreciation Day is an annual event to celebrate the service of public transit vehicle operators. The date of March 18 was selected to commemorate the first bus line all the way back in 1662, Blaise Pascal‘s Carrosses à cinq sols in Paris. Sustain Charlotte supporters celebrate Transit Driver Appreciation Day at the Charlotte Transportation Center in Uptown.