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. 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. 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.
Ep. 51 – What’s Next for the Rline?
With ridership numbers declining, city officials are wondering if it’s time for a change to the Rline. David Eatman talks to us about the possibilities for a city provided mobility solution and the process for figuring out what that might be.
Ep. 38 – One Year Later: How’s That Transit Plan and Tax Going?
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.
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.
NC By Train Partners With Local Transit Systems to Connect the Last Mile
Rail passengers will now be able to reach their local destination through public transportation after getting off the train by using a transit pass.