Below are articles about Mecklenburg County or about the whole metropolitan region.
At a public discussion April 4, hear how this champion for bicycling and pedestrians helped tame New York’s streets.
With surveys showing plenty of Charlotteans would bicycle more if they felt safer, city planners propose two better-protected bike routes through uptown.
Three upcoming events will examine issues of housing affordability and neighborhood action in Charlotte.
When more people bicycle, we all win – even those who never ride. Diving into the results from a Charlotte bicycling survey offers clues to some existing inequities. Commentary.
A new initiative is using prizes as incentive to encourage people to reduce single-occupancy trips by car. The project runs March 1-Oct. 31.
The City of Charlotte wants public reaction to the draft of its updated bicycle plan. Here’s how you can add your voice.
When a wildlife habitat lacks natural predators, some species become over-abundant. Deer herds are healthier, experts say, when controlled hunting is allowed. Part of the 2017 KEEPING WATCH on HABITAT project.
Mecklenburg County’s greenways are more than places to jog, bicycle or escape the city’s hurly-burly. Surrounded by urbanization, they provide increasingly rare refuges for wildlife. Part of KEEPING WATCH on HABITAT.
How some local residents scrapped pesticides and herbicides and created a haven for native plants and animals – and even welcome insects. Part of KEEPING WATCH on HABITAT.
Stroll under tall trees. Roll (on your bike) along a streetcar route. Hear history on Charlotte’s most storied date: May 20. Registration open for 18 free City Walks to help you learn your city.
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