Transportation is full of acronyms. Today, we explain the Raleigh Transit Authority.
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. 59 – Mobility May by CAFT
May is here and that means good weather and more transit and transportation events! In this episode, we chat with Heather from Capital Area Friends of Transit about their big plans for events every day this month.
Ep. 53 – New Bus Routes
You should be seeing a lot more buses on Raleigh streets starting in January. To get the scoop, we asked the city’s transportation department to share some information.
Get to the State Fair Without a Car
The usual GoRaleigh State Fair Park and Ride Shuttles are back in action for the State Fair, which opens this week. If you’re traveling farther, consider the train.
Ep. 44 – Interview with a Bus Driver
We spoke with Monroe Watson, who has been a driver for the city of Raleigh’s buses for 37 years. He recently earned the rank of a “3 Million Miler,” meaning he has driven that huge number of miles.
Ep. 27 – Accessibility and Transit
This episode, we talk a bit about accessibility and how transit plays a role in making sure those with physical challenges can get out and about. We also invite you to learn a bit about GoAccess and TRACs, two programs that help with that goal.
Get to the State Fair by Bus or Train
If you’re tired of driving to the State Fair, try one of these options.
GoRaleigh Increasing Services With Help of Wake Transit Plan
GoRaleigh, the City of Raleigh’s transit system, is increasing bus service frequencies on 25 routes starting on Sunday, Aug. 6.
Ep. 18 – GoRaleigh Station and Bike Fashion
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?