Ramp signals aren’t new, but they are new to Raleigh — and they’re coming in September to an I-540 ramp near you. Two engineers from the North Carolina Department of Transportation tell us why they’re excited to see them installed.
From the NC DOT: The public’s input is being sought as the state’s public transportation blueprint, known as the Public Transportation Strategic Plan.
If you drive on the Wade Avenue bridge over Capital Boulevard, heads up: it’s closed this weekend (June 16-18) for some of the work taking place.
Three years have gone by fairly quickly! Or maybe you don’t think so, if you’ve been driving on I-40. But the project is moving along and will be complete by the end of this year. We chatted with Steve Abbott at the NCDOT about how this project got started and the latest lane shifts.
How bad is traffic in Raleigh and the Triangle? This week we compare Raleigh and Durham to other large metros and discuss the relationship between transit and traffic.
The I-40 Fortify project is heading toward its final steps.
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?
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.