Rail passengers will now be able to reach their local destination through public transportation after getting off the train by using a transit pass.
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This week we’re taking a look at the Capital Boulevard bridges. Many of you who drive near downtown have noticed the changes along Capital. Here’s what you need to know about the project and what to expect.
You can avoid my embarrassment by checking out this list of places you cannot turn right on right in Raleigh. These are the 5 I found a bit surprising. Also, for those of you who forget Rule No. 2, check this list before honking at me, OK?
November 2016 wasn’t the first time we voted on bonds for transportation projects. We spoke with the City’s transportation Planning Manager about some of the past projects and where they are now.
This time, we’re talking about Union Station. We were unable to reach the city to get some questions answered, but here is a basic rundown.
Many Raleigh residents have an opinion or a question about downtown parking. We went straight to the source and interviewed Gordon Dash, Raleigh’s parking administrator.
Transit etiquette isn’t something Emily Post covered, but we all have to get along out there on the roads, no matter how you’re moving.
We mentioned briefly that the transit referendum passed, but now, let’s find out what’s next.
This time we took a (very broad) look at the Raleigh Bike Plan, which targets the less-serious cyclists out there.