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  • Charlotte’s light rail was supposed to change our attitude about cars. It hasn’t.

    Along the Blue Line, new apartments are springing up with bicycle repair stations, walking paths to light rail stations, direct connections to the Rail Trail path – and hundreds of parking spaces for cars.

Charlotte’s light rail was supposed to change our attitude about cars. It hasn’t.

Along the Blue Line, new apartments are springing up with bicycle repair stations, walking paths to light rail stations, direct connections to the Rail Trail path – and hundreds of parking spaces for cars.
Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer