Travel

Charlotte Douglas International Airport has launched a new program to help those with hidden disabilities feel more comfortable in the airport. The airport partnered with the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program to develop the program. Those with disabilities such as autism, anxiety, dementia, chronic pain, and visual/hearing impairment can receive a free sunflower lanyard, bracelet, or pin to […]

If you’re going to be traveling throughout uptown Charlotte this week, expect some road closures and delays. The Duke’s Mayo Bowl college football game will take place at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 30, at the Bank of America Stadium. The streets are expected to be crowded with fans attending the game. The city’s New Year’s Eve […]

Traveling during the holidays can be a bit hectic. If you’re traveling home from the holidays, you may experience some alterations in your plans. COVID-19 has caused cancellations for airlines like Delta, United and Alaska. Charlotte Douglas International Airport has reported about 12 cancellations since this morning. Airline officials recommend that travelers arrive to the airport […]

Charlotte Area Transportation Systems says there will be no fare fees for riders on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. This includes CATS buses, LYNX Blue Line and CityLYNX Gold Line. The CATS Call Center, Pass Sales and Information Office at the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) will be closed from Dec. 24 to Jan. 1. Operation […]

It appears we aren’t the only people who enjoy Charlotte. Charlotte’s population is constantly growing, and so is traffic. Before the pandemic hit in early 2020, Charlotte was growing by almost 100 residents each day. Despite the current pandemic, this increase in residents has not slowed down. The area’s population is now expected to grow […]

If you’re using the Charlotte Douglas International Airport to travel this holiday, be sure to arrive a little early. The airport expects to see thousands of holiday travelers over the next two weeks. An estimated 1.4 million passengers are expected to fly out of CLT between Friday, Dec. 17 and Jan. 7. Travelers should prepare […]

It’s go time…because Christmas is this Saturday!  So, if you’re thinking about hitting the road to see your family and friends, there are a few tips you need to know so that you can save at the pump. Use a gas price app like Gas Buddy or Get Upside.  Even your Waze GPS can help […]

As time has determined, Covid-19 is not going anywhere.  So, we’re learning how to live with it.  People are taking trips and visiting their family all over the country with the help of the new CDC guidelines and restrictions.  One of the major requirements that is helping reduce the transmission of the virus is mandating […]

If you’re in the process of buying a car and hope to use it to make some extra cash driving for Uber, Uber East, Lyft, Instacart or Doordash, please read the fine print before you sign your contract for a loan.  Some in-house finance companies at dealerships and buy here pay here lots are utilizing […]

Every gas station I pass by these days, I’m looking to see if they have gas available.  A few gas stations do, but most don’t!  This is leaving drivers racing around town trying to find a place to fill-up before they run out of gas.  However, on Wednesday night, we got some good news…the Colonial […]

Starting May 6 at 9 PM, you can expect some delays along I-77 Southbound in York County.  The bridge over the Catawba River in York County is being replaced and the I-77 southbound lanes  will be shutdown in York County until May 24.  However, portions of the I-77 Northbound lanes will used to help move […]

Since more people are rolling up their sleeves to get the COVID vaccine, traveler’s confidence to take trips has grown as summer approaches. According to an AAA survey, nearly half of North Carolinians (48%) are more willing to fly and stay in hotels. Whereas in January only 26% of travelers were comfortable. The top reasons […]