Panthers Game to affect traffic
The Panthers return home to host the New Orleans Saints at 1 p.m. today.
Transportation officials recommend carpooling or taking public transportation to avoid backups and clogged parking decks.
Interstates 77 and 277, and streets immediately around the stadium, likely will see traffic jams.
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Uptown tangle continues
Elsewhere uptown, Caldwell Street will be reduced to one lane between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Trade Street beginning Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Caldwell is scheduled to reopen at 6 a.m. Nov. 18, according to Charlotte Department of Transportation.
Stonewall Street traffic also might be affected as crews build medians and install a new sanitary sewer system and waterline. It's all part of the I-277/Caldwell Street Interchange Project.
A bit farther north, two lanes of Fifth Street remain closed near Bobcats Arena, between Caldwell and Davidson streets. Those lanes are scheduled to reopen Nov. 22.
JCSU celebrates homecoming uptown
Johnson C. Smith University's homecoming parade moves through uptown on Saturday.
The parade lineup starts at 8 a.m. on Tryon Street between Ninth and 11th streets. The band and floats will move along Tryon Street starting at 10 a.m., turn onto Third Street and end at Marshall Park, at Third and McDowell streets.
near Revolution Park
Revolution Park golfers, take heed. Remount Road is still reduced to one lane in each direction between Barringer Drive and the I-7 entrance ramp.
This continues through Nov. 28 as a part of the West Water Main Project. CATS buses will not be affected, according to CDOT.