A new Moody’s analysis of potential Amazon HQ2 locations provides an opportunity to explore what the new set of rankings mean – and do not mean – for the Triangle region.
The Triangle region’s current and future mobility is a strong competitive advantage, for both Amazon and other expanding companies.
NCDOT has activated on-ramp signals for several I-540 entrance ramps this week. This is an exciting, needed pilot project for both our region and state.
The Triangle is moving forward in several areas of transportation innovation and is well-positioned to implement emerging concepts for enhanced regional mobility.
The reality is that the complete 540 project study has taken much too long, but things are looking up as NCDOT and the NC Turnpike Authority seek to accelerate the project.
The Draft Wake County 2018 Transit Work Plan was released this week. It includes proposed increases in frequency on several existing transit routes as well as expanded service hours and improvements to bus stops countywide. Offer feedback and suggestions on the first year of enhanced transit implementation in Wake County.
Here are some possible elements of enhanced transit that the RTA business coalition will encourage careful consideration of as transit progresses in Wake County and across our region.
Blog by Matt Parson, Red Hat, RTA Emerging Technology and Paradigms chair
Today, the campaign to pass the fall Wake transit referendum held its kickoff event. The approved transit plan for Wake County envisions a dedicated, locally-controlled half-cent sales tax as its primary local funding source. The voters of Wake County will decide on the sales tax in a November 2016 referendum.
Our region achieved a remarkable milestone yesterday. Our largest county approved a regional transit plan for the first time – and also approved a fall referendum vote.