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.
Downtown Raleigh parking, the thing everyone loves to hate. Well, it’s getting some hate lately as businesses downtown wonder where their employees are going to park. We present some numbers and some of the solutions under discussion.
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.
The contractor plans to begin installing girders for the new bridge that will carry Capital Boulevard traffic over Peace Street. It is tentatively scheduled to take three nights to set the girders.
Dortch Street will close starting Jan. 14. The 21-day closure will require an offsite detour using Capital Boulevard, North West Street and the southbound Capital Boulevard ramp off Wade Avenue, depending on which direction of Dortch Street a driver is going.
A slight increase in the toll rate for the Triangle Expressway will take effect Monday, Jan. 1, as required by the bond covenant created for the funding of the highway.
People really hate sitting in traffic on the Beltline during rush hour. But the NCDOT’s plan to widen a section of I-440 didn’t go over well.
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.