Preliminary High Capacity Transit & Mobility Corridors January 13, 2021
On January 13, 2021, the CONNECT Beyond Project Team held a joint advisory committee meeting to present the preliminary high capacity transit and mobility corridors.Read More
Shape the Future of Transit and Enter to win a $100 Visa Gift Card! December 1, 2020
Connect Beyond will randomly select five (5) winners to each receive one (1) $100 Visa® Gift Card.Read More
November Newsletter November 19, 2020
CONNECT Beyond is a regional mobility initiative that will create a long-term strategic plan for how to implement a public transit system that will connect our 12-county region.Read More
A Conversation on Regional Mobility November 17, 2020
On September 30, 2020, we gathered a collection of key regional leaders for a special CONNECT Beyond virtual event to discuss the importance of regional mobility.Read More
Mobility, Equity, Public Health and the Future of Transit October 9, 2020
Over the last several months, our communities have been reeling from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and trying to navigate how to return to a somewhat normal way of life. In tandem with this, the issue of racial inequity has taken a center stage in our public discourse.Read More
How do we want to travel around the region in 25 years? October 8, 2020
Our region of 2.6 million is expected to add 1.4 million more people by 2045. See the candidate high capacity transit corridors that could take you to work, school, medical services, entertainment or other destinations.Read More
September Newsletter September 30, 2020
CONNECT Beyond is a regional mobility initiative that is being led by the Centralina Regional Council. CONNECT Beyond will create a bold regional transit plan that provides real mobility solutions and opportunities for residents and visitors across 12 counties in North and South Carolina.Read More
CONNECT Beyond: A Regional Mobility Initiative Summer 2020 Update July 29, 2020Read More
Map shows proposed mass transit routes in region, into York and Lancaster counties.
The Connect Beyond transportation group on Wednesday released a map that showed a list of high capacity mass transit corridors across the Charlotte region. The map showed multiple corridors leading into York and Lancaster counties. One is I-77. Another is U.S. 21.
The Regional Transit Plan Kick Off: Connect Beyond Begins
The Greater Charlotte Region is growing, and growing fast. Access to reliable, efficient and well-connected transportation options is one of the most important factors to ensure everyone can benefit.
Outside The Lines: A Conversation On Mobility Throughout the Charlotte Region
On Thursday, Aug. 20, the Charlotte Moves Task Force held its fourth meeting and continued its work to create a plan for investing in mobility in Charlotte.
Someday, Regional Buses And Trains Could Run Beyond Mecklenburg
A new planning effort involving Mecklenburg and 11 surrounding counties envisions a network of trains and buses that one day could link Charlotte with smaller cities across the region. But there's still lots of work to do before final routes are decided, and there's still the thornier question of how to pay for it all.
Connect Beyond: A Regional Mobility Initiative | Summer 2020 Update
CONNECT Beyond, our region’s first transit vision and implementation plan, has continued to ramp up since kicking off in February of this year.