Sadly, listeners, it’s time to say farewell. Here is a list of some ways you can get involved with conversations about transit and transportation in the Triangle.
Author: Jennifer Suarez
Ep. 66 – What is the Raleigh Transit Authority and How Does it Work?
Transportation is full of acronyms. Today, we explain the Raleigh Transit Authority.
Update on Gotcha: On the Streets
Gotcha scooters are here — again. This press release came from Gotcha Oct. 11 with an update.
Ep. 65 – Neighborhood Bikeways are Coming to Raleigh (Slowly)
Efforts are underway to install the city’s first neighborhood bikeway, though it may take awhile.
Ep. 64 – Gotcha is Coming to Raleigh
Gotcha scooters are coming to Raleigh. We talk to them and the city about what’s different this time around.
Ep. 63 – You Can Ride the Wolfline
The Wolfline is a bus primarily aimed at NC State students, but Raleigh residents (or anyone) can ride it, too.
Ep. 62 – Raleigh Bike Polo
I recently heard about Raleigh Bike Polo and immediately thought, “I need to meet these people.” Check out what they had to say about the game and the community they’ve built.
Raleigh’s Newest Transit Service: a Free Golf Cart
If you’re wandering around downtown Raleigh, you might notice, as I did, this new golf cart. I called them to get more info and here’s what I have so far.
Ep. 61 – Learn More about BRT in June
In this episode, we speak with Jason Hardin of the Raleigh Planning Department to learn more about the two meetings and get an update on BRT and what’s coming when.
Ep. 60 – Durham Bicycle Boulevards
Durham is soon installing Bicycle Boulevards in some of its downtown neighborhood streets. We talk to Aaron Lubeck, a resident who helped organize the denizen group responsible for this change.