Come out and support Preservation North Carolina’s efforts to preserve historic downtown Raleigh properties! The Taste of Downtown Raleigh takes places on Tuesday, May 19 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm and includes a reception and tour of several newly-renovated properties on Fayetteville Street. Participating restaurants will offer “buy one, get one free” entrées immediately thereafter. Highlights of the tour include the Carolina Trust Building, the Mahler Building, Briggs Hardware Building, and Foundation bar. Tickets required. Learn more below the fold…
The art on the bus goes round and round.
Imagine, no cars. Anywhere.
Need a job? Boylan Bridge looks to be hiring.
On Thursday night, The Downtown Raleigh Alliance introduced their new branding and Circulator Bus to around 500 members and guests at their annual meeting at the Marriott Hotel on Fayetteville Street.
Tomorrow the Downtown Circulator Buses will start running.
Unfortunately, you can’t have the kids make their own trapeze stunts.
In this week’s Q&A, New Raleigh wants to know how you prefer to get around town: car, bike, bus, or legs? While many of our writers have found alternative transporation surprisingly reliable and even liberating, others of us still cling tightly to the safety and private road rage provided by our own four wheels.
Mayor Meeker will preside over the launch of the new downtown circulator bus service at the Raleigh Convention Center on Feb 13th, at 8:30am.
Mayor outlines top priorities for Raleigh’s future during State of the City address at RCC.
On January 5, 2009 Capital Area Transit will open a new route from Moore Square to Wake Tech Community College.
Modernist house looking for a new owner.
The City of Raleigh is planning a new bus line that will provide service in a loop around the Downtown and Glenwood South areas in 2009. A public forum will be held today at 3:30pm to discuss the new route.
On Wednesday, October 29th, Barack Obama held a rally in downtown Raleigh, just six days before the 2008 election. Approximately 28,000 supporters poured into Halifax Mall, the otherwise vacant green space covering the parking deck for the government complex, to hear the presidential candidate’s message of hope and unity. Obama’s Raleigh Speech below the fold.
The Triangle’s Transit groups have worked together to encourage Triangle commuters to try using the bus this week. The Wolfline and Capital Area Transit are participating in this weeks “Try Transit” program. Today you can catch any bus for free. Monday, 9/22: Fare FREE Day Ride CAT all day - for FREE!!! Tuesday, 9/23: Rider Appreciation Day FREE Ice Cream at Moore Square Transit Station 12:00-3:00 p.m. (first come, first serve) If good public transit is important to you you might consider signing up for Capital Area Friends of Transit Try Transit Schedule below the Fold