Each year the city repaves/resurfaces some of its more than 1,000 miles of streets. During that process, they also consider whether to add bicycle lanes. This year, 16 of the streets will get a new section of bike lane.
City of Raleigh Department of Transportation staff and Oaks & Spokes representatives will hold an open house on the proposed West Street CycleTrack project on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at Citrix.
Bicycling clubs, teams, advocates, organizations, and officials with the N.C. Department of Transportation will meet for a second year on Sunday, Sept. 24 to raise awareness of bicycle safety during the Capital Area Ride for Safety (CARS).
If you’re seeing some bright green and yellow bikes around Raleigh, you’ve been seeing NC State’s new bikeshare program. We talked to NCSU transportation officials about it.
Call them cycletracks (or cycle tracks) or segmented bike lanes. Or protected bike lanes. A bicycle lane separated from cars by any name smells just as sweet — at least to three different groups in Raleigh trying to bring such projects to the area.
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?
Raleigh is choosing a vendor for the Bike Share program and three options will be on display next week in Exchange Plaza.
We met with some members of Oaks and Spokes, a nonprofit whose mission is to grow the bicycling community and culture in Raleigh.
May is National Bike Month and you can get in on the fun in Raleigh.