Crews have closed part of North Davidson Street because of “unsuitable” and “unstable” soil. In this picture, workers were painting the supports for the Brookshire Freeway above a portion of the Blue Line extension north of uptown Charlotte where the rear wall of a building collapsed in January. The owner of a small graphics company on North College Street said light-rail construction caused his 1,500 square-foot warehouse to collapse. Richa Graphics is adjacent to the Lynx Blue Line extension.
Crews have closed part of North Davidson Street because of “unsuitable” and “unstable” soil. In this picture, workers were painting the supports for the Brookshire Freeway above a portion of the Blue Line extension north of uptown Charlotte where the rear wall of a building collapsed in January. The owner of a small graphics company on North College Street said light-rail construction caused his 1,500 square-foot warehouse to collapse. Richa Graphics is adjacent to the Lynx Blue Line extension. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Crews have closed part of North Davidson Street because of “unsuitable” and “unstable” soil. In this picture, workers were painting the supports for the Brookshire Freeway above a portion of the Blue Line extension north of uptown Charlotte where the rear wall of a building collapsed in January. The owner of a small graphics company on North College Street said light-rail construction caused his 1,500 square-foot warehouse to collapse. Richa Graphics is adjacent to the Lynx Blue Line extension. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

Blue Line construction closes part of North Davidson Street

May 15, 2016 11:24 AM