GoRaleigh, the City of Raleigh’s transit system, is increasing bus service frequencies on 25 routes starting on Sunday, Aug. 6.
Some recent reporting has raised concern about whether Durham and Orange county’s plans for light rail will impact Wake’s commuter rail project.
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.
This fall, Raleigh voters will consider whether the city should borrow money — more than $200 million — to tackle several road projects.
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.
Bikeshare is coming to Raleigh! The city is very close to choosing a vendor to install bikeshare stations around the city. Trung Vo, Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager, spoke with us about how the process works and what’s next.
The GoRaleigh Transit Station adjacent to Moore Square opened on May 1. This time, we discuss the station’s changes. In this two-topic episode, we also discuss the important question: what do you wear while riding a bike to work?
The Capital Area Greenway system of Raleigh is considered one of the city’s best features. This time we take a look at how it got started and talk about two volunteer programs that help maintain it.
State transportation officials are asking the public to share their thoughts about the future of public transportation in North Carolina.