We spoke with Monroe Watson, who has been a driver for the city of Raleigh’s buses for 37 years. He recently earned the rank of a “3 Million Miler,” meaning he has driven that huge number of miles.
In response to concerns raised by the community, the N.C. Department of Transportation is taking a new approach regarding the I-440 interchange improvements at Glenwood Avenue and nearby roads, including Ridge Road.
Bird dockless scooters have “landed” in Raleigh (as all the news headlines said). Let’s talk about how they work, what to expect if you’re riding one, and why some cities ban them. Will Raleigh do the same?
The NCDOT plans to install a few more diverging diamond interchanges in the state in the coming years. Plans for one at Wake Forest Road are causing a bit of a stir.
Could your household live in Raleigh with just one car? Believe it or not, plenty of people do, including me! Today we discuss the challenges and benefits of living with just one car.
Here’s your chance to weigh in on the DOT’s 10-year plan.
If you consider the issues faced by our city today, most relate to our growth in one way or another. In this episode, guest host Imran Aukhil and I discuss some of the challenges our leaders face when managing growth and planning for transit and transportation.
Did you know you can find a carpool buddy in North Carolina? Share the Ride NC helps match commuters with a carpooling buddy (or two or three!) based on your commute locations, favorite radio stations, and other factors.
Starting Monday, June 4, those using NC By Train’s passenger rail service to travel between Raleigh and Charlotte will have additional schedule options to choose from, with a fourth daily round trip.
In April 2017, Wake County began collecting a half-cent sales tax (along with some other fees) to help pay for changes to our transit systems. At the time, we talked to a couple of people about the next steps. Now, one year, later, let’s talk to them again.