The usual GoRaleigh State Fair Park and Ride Shuttles are back in action for the State Fair, which opens this week. If you’re traveling farther, consider the train.
We last chatted with the team at Oaks & Spokes more than a year ago. I had two members back on the show to discuss more bike corrals, their Cycletrack project for West Street, and of course, the hot topic: dockless scooters!
Starting Tuesday, October 2, traffic heading southbound on Capital Boulevard looking to exit onto Peace Street will no longer be able to use the existing ramp.
Bikeshare Coordinator Fontaine Burruss explains what’s going on and when you’ll ride a Citrix Cycle in Raleigh.
Lime is rolling out its Electric Scooters in Raleigh today. The team sent out a press release, and here’s the info.
Love them, hate them, but more are coming to Raleigh or some other city near you. What are they? Roundabouts. In this episode of the podcast, we speak to Raleigh’s transportation planning manager about the ones in Raleigh and what he thinks.
The controversial I-440 widening project is back. You can take a look and offer input at some listening sessions this month — at least about the Glenwood section.
After a successful Hillsborough Street pilot, the City of Raleigh is preparing to launch the Passport Parking app city-wide. The parking app allows drivers to purchase metered parking from their phones.
There have been many comments entered on SeeClickFix Raleigh regarding the Bird electric scooters which appeared in Raleigh in mid-July. To clear up any confusion, here are some facts about the current situation.
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.