CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Early planning is underway for a potential new transit hub in Uptown Charlotte. Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) officials presented the idea to city leaders at the Charlotte City Council meeting Monday night.
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The concept involves three possible design options to create what organizers hope will improve rider experience and lower pedestrian-vehicle conflicts.
CATS said it plans to host a series of meetings for public feedback on the concept starting in October.
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