What’s in a number? Here are a few thoughts on the potential designation of the future Interstate from Raleigh to coastal Virginia.
The Regional Transportation Alliance business coalition has been at the forefront of a decade-long push to authorize a new Interstate freeway corridor from Raleigh to coastal Virginia.
Recap of the event including key updates from the 2015 State of Mobility report and insights from our national keynote speaker Gabe Klein.
Meetings will be held next week on the Complete 540 freeway project — the regional business community’s top new freeway priority — and we need your help.
One of our two national keynote speakers is Gabe Klein, the former head of D.C. and Chicago transportation and the author of an excellent new book about about applying innovation to urban transportation, “Start-Up City.”
At our RTA 2016 Transportation Breakfast, which will be held on Friday, April 29 in Raleigh at the Renaissance North Hills Hotel, we will welcome national keynote speaker Sam Schwartz, PE, the CEO of Sam Schwartz Engineering, the former head of NYC transportation, the man who coined the term “gridlock,” and the author of an excellent new book about the future of urban transportation, “Street Smart.”
NCDOT has done outstanding design and construction work and outreach to minimize the impacts to our commuting, and the community has responded to NCDOT’s “Fortify is coming” warning by adjusting how, where, and when we travel to keep our region moving. – by Pete Marino, RTA Freeways chair
Last week, at the final meeting of the Wake Transit Advisory Committee, the group endorsed four primary recommendations for the accelerated development of an enhanced regional transit system in Wake County.
RTA launched a new mobile-friendly website on October 15, 2015. The site is responsive to a variety of devices, from laptop to smartphone — plus, much of the content has been simplified to save our members and partners time.
The Regional Transportation Alliance business group has endorsed the development of a balanced “network access and usage fee” transportation funding framework.