This fall, Raleigh voters will consider whether the city should borrow money — more than $200 million — to tackle several road projects. The vote likely means a property tax increase. We spoke with Transportation Planning Manager Eric Lamb about the bond, its goals, what it means for Raleigh residents, and what projects you might see on the list — including some roundabouts.
The city is still creating the project page for the bond projects. Check back and we’ll add that link once it’s available. Meanwhile, some other helpful links:
Raleigh Puts $206.7M Transportation Bond on the Ballot – WNCN, June 6, 2017
Raleigh Leaning Toward $200M Transportation Bond – News & Observer, April 6, 2017