CDOT Pilot Programs
Shared Mobility Program
A key element of the city's vision includes creating a high-energy, hyper-connected, safe community. The City of Charlotte is working to achieve that vision through the addition of a Shared Mobility Program, which includes
electric scooter options. Visit the
Shared Mobility page for more information.
Neighborhood Traffic Circles Pilot
City forces installed two temporary neighborhood traffic circles or "mini-roundabouts" at the following intersections: Belrose Lane at Castlewood Road, and Jameston Drive at Irby Drive. Over a period of several weeks, these two neighborhood traffic circles will be evaluated for their effectiveness as a traffic calming and placemaking treatment. View the news release for more information.
Shared Bus-Bike Lane Pilot
On December 16, 2019, the Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) began operating a trial of a dedicated bus/bike lane on 4th Street. The dedicated lane uses the existing bicycle lane and the rightmost travel lane on E. 4th Street between S. McDowell Street and the Charlotte Transit Center to create a single combined bus/bike lane.