City leaders are set to unveil a new plan for Charlotte's streetcar on Monday.
They are discussing the rebranding in their Monday evening meeting.
Eyewitness News found out that they even have a new name for the project.
Instead of calling it Streetcar, they are calling it the Gold Line, so it sounds more like a part of the bigger mass transit system in Charlotte.
But the name may be the easy part.
The big question is still how to pay for it.
They city manager plans to lay out some ideas for funding the project.
Eyewitness News was told he probably will not suggest any property tax hike as part of that.
Instead, money should come from different federal and local pots.
Council members who have been big advocates for the project hope that this breathes new life into the talks and gets things moving, but they know not to get too excited yet.
"I do not take anything for granted. I do not think anything is a slam dunk until everybody is sitting down there and raises their hand and that is when you know what is really going to happen," said City Councilman John Autry, a Democrat.
City leaders were trying to work the streetcar into the city's overall construction plan, but it was so contentious it was slowing down the entire plan.