There’s always something going on with transit and transportation, and the NCDOT is working on a lot. Per a press release from them, you can check out a whole bunch of Raleigh-related items at an event Monday, May 6.
18 New Highway Projects for Division 5 in NCDOT’S Draft 2020-2029 Transportation Plan
The N.C. Department of Transportation unveiled its draft 10-Year transportation plan for 2020-2029 at the monthly Board of Transportation meeting in Raleigh.
Boylan Traffic Signals Converted to Stop Signs
The City of Raleigh completed decommissioning traffic signals at three downtown intersections along Boylan Avenue
Triangle Expressway Toll Rate Increase Begins Jan. 1
For NC Quick Pass customers traveling the 17.4 miles on the Triangle Expressway between N.C. 147 at I-40 and the N.C. 55 Bypass, the cost will increase 12 cents to $3.37. For bill-by-mail customers, the cost will go up 20 cents to $5.17.
Submit Your Input on Raleigh Streets, Sidewalks
The city is working to update its street design manual and would like to get feedback from residents.
NCDOT Wants Public Input on the Future of Transportation in N.C.
From now until Nov. 30, residents can participate in an online survey and leave comments on an interactive map about the future transportation challenges.
Get Ready for Nightly Closures on Capital Boulevard in Raleigh
Keep an eye out for more changes on Capital Boulevard as the bridge project continues.
Watch for Capital Boulevard Shifts this Week
Starting Tuesday, October 2, traffic heading southbound on Capital Boulevard looking to exit onto Peace Street will no longer be able to use the existing ramp.
Join in the Next Round of Feedback Sessions for I-440 in September
The controversial I-440 widening project is back. You can take a look and offer input at some listening sessions this month — at least about the Glenwood section.
Pay Via App to Park in Raleigh
After a successful Hillsborough Street pilot, the City of Raleigh is preparing to launch the Passport Parking app city-wide. The parking app allows drivers to purchase metered parking from their phones.