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.
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.
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.
Our fair co-host, James, is leaving the show and moving to Cleaveland for work. We thank him and wish him the best!
Have you heard of The Golden Modes? This set of awards from GoTriangle recognizes transit users and companies each year who are helping move the concept of transit forward in our community.
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.
During this episode, we’ll share updates on bikeshare, I-40/Fortify, the I-540 ramp signals, Capital Boulevard bridge work, the I-440 widening plan, Complete 540, and Union Station.
Catching a ride in Raleigh is as easy as installing an app on your phone for Lyft or Uber. Today, co-host James discusses his experience as a driver for these services, and we talk about their effect on transit.
Snow sure seems to interrupt life here in North Carolina, whether it’s an inch or a blizzard. In this episode, we talk about getting around in the snow and learn from the NCDOT a bit about the removal process.