There's an election coming up and on the ballot for Raleigh residents will be a transportation bond which will include money for upcoming projects around the city and in the downtown area.
NC State helped launch a private installation of LimeBike a few weeks ago and recently, the citrus-colored bicycles have been spotted around downtown Raleigh. I couldn't help myself.
I’m posting this here purely for posterity. If you didn’t see it recently, bus service is starting to expand, including changes on the weekends. This comes as a direct result from the one-half cent sales tax increase that was voted on in the Fall of 2016. Go GoRaleigh! Starting Aug. 6, GoRaleigh will: Increase Sunday […]
The revenue generated from downtown projects generate a lot more than those taking place in the suburbs.
Plans are underway for the Rosengarten Greenway, a path starting from West Cabarrus Street and ending at the Rocky Branch Greenway on South Saunders Street.
After a year of construction work, the bus station at Moore Square, renamed to GoRaleigh Transit Station, is now fully up and running with a new look and new amenities.
A project older than the blog, a section of Peace Street has been marked for upgrades for over a decade.
Walking the area gives you a sense that it is coming together and you can feel how you’ll interact with the new train station once it is open.
Raleigh should be striving for housing prices that offer choices to all levels of the socioeconomic scale.