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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) -- If you come looking for the Charlotte Transit Center at the corner of Trade and Fourth Streets uptown the first week of September, it won't be there.
Its moving, five blocks northwest to the corner of Third and South Mint streets for the week of the Democratic National Convention.
Richard Poole, a daily rider, is already calculating how the massive change will affect his daily schedule.
"Throwing our schedules," he said. "Leaving earlier, getting home later. Normally, I have to get up two hours early to get into work. So that's probably gonna push it back to a hour and half earlier on top of the two hours."
Despite the move -- which will affect nearly every route -- being a huge inconvenience, Poole knows it's a done deal.
"What can you do about it," he asked while shrugging.
The DNC announced the changes months ago saying the temporary location, is a better for traffic flow and security concerns during the DNC which will have thousands moving all over Uptown.
Toronto Mcleod, another CATS regular says he gets it.
"I think it might inconvenience some people but it aint nothing they can't get over with," said McLeod. "It's just a short period of time. It aint like, forever."
With such a big change happening in just a few weeks, McLeod thinks there should be signs up talking about the move.
"I haven't seen anything," he said. "Maybe there were some but I haven't seen any."
Our cameras couldn't find any either, but CATS does have a complete breakdown on the move and route changes here.