Many people think about riding the bus in practical terms: getting to work, beating traffic congestion, and having extra time to respond to emails. Increasingly, lots of folks in Raleigh are eager to use the bus for more recreational purposes.
The plan for Raleigh’s future is being designed now. Do you know how the new development code and Wake transit plan will affect how you get around in the city you love?
When I was growing up in Huntsville, Alabama I remember noticing the bus for the first time. It came in from where poor folks lived and took them to the rich areas of downtown for domestic labor jobs. The same bus routes had been in place since the 1920s to service the mill workers. The system was antiquated, to say the least.
Transportation superstar and Oregon Congressman Earl Bleumenauer will give an open lecture tonight “Lessons in Livability for 21st Century Cities.”
Durham County’s transit future dictates ours.
North Carolina gets $4M to study a connection to Richmond, VA.
Legislative actions drag North Carolina backwards at a time when we are among the fastest growing states in the nation.
The Wake Board of Commissioners announced last week that they’ll postpone holding a ballot referendum to fund a regional public transit system.
We’re learning exciting, effective good growth planning strategies that Raleigh and Wake County could benefit from. Some important lessons highlighted at the conference.
This morning, the City of Raleigh unveiled two new electric car charging stations in Nash Square.
Two Electric Car Charging stations will be installed at Nash Square.
Triangle communities gear up for approving mass transit plans, referendum
Here’s the first article in a series of three that takes a look at some of Raleigh’s methods of transit.
Morgan Street gets yet another facelift.
Triangle Transit recently adopted a new theme song made popular by Britney Spears. Oops!..I did it again.
Proving there is such a thing as a free ride.
Triangle Transit has announced Wi-Fi will be available on certain routes beginning today.
A new ban goes into effect on December 1st.
Bike race for a good cause.
Look both ways before crossing.
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