Resources

As the LYNX Silver Line station area planning process moves forward, we will share presentations, reports, and other documents on this section of the website. Please check back to view, download and share as more information is added.

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Rezoning  for  Transit-Oriented  Development  along  the  LYNX  Silver  Line

Rezoning may take place at a later stage to  ensure properties along the corridor are zoned consistently with the type and form of development envisioned for the station areas.

 

The ongoing planning efforts will establish the vision for areas around the stations. Zoning or rezoning properties implements that vision for each station area. You can learn more about rezoning for different communities at the links below:​

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Previous   events:   Setting   the   Stage   for   TOD   in  Small  and   Big   Cities

This session was held on May 20, 2021 to explore how regional partners and stakeholders can work together to leverage transit to support community goals. This session covered transit-oriented development (TOD) policies, regulations and other tools communities can use to proactively manage change arising from transit and TOD investments.

Watch the event recording

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Previous   events:  Equitable TOD: Building Equity as Part of Transit and TOD

This session was held on May 27, 2021, to  inform attendees how equitable transit-oriented development (eTOD) enables all people, regardless of income, race, ethnicity, age, gender, or ability, to experience the benefits of dense, mixed-use, and pedestrian-oriented development near transit. 

Watch the event recording

Previous   events:   Vitrual Community Meeting

On Tuesday, June 22 at 5:30 p.m., the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) hosted a virtual community meeting to present on the LYNX Silver Line transit-oriented development and station area planning efforts. and opportunities to participate in upcoming station area planning workshops in July. The project team and a panelist of partners also took questions from more than 90 participants

Learn   About  TOD   Potential  ALong  the  Corridor

Demographics, housing types, community character, and market potential all impact Transit Oriented Development around station areas. Learn more by viewing the video.

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