Let’s help GoTriangle help Orange County with transit
GoTriangle is working on a new short-range transit plan to improve bus service for current customers and attract new riders in Orange County. Take this survey by next Friday, Nov. 10, to help form the basis for GoTriangle’s 10-Year Plan. The survey is short so feel free to forward to your associates; these and similar efforts will be coordinated to make connections between systems as efficient and useful as possible.
The center of the entire Maine-to-Florida East Coast Greenway is right here
At our quarterly Triangle Mobility Action Partnership (Tri-MAP) meeting, RTA regional partners received an excellent presentation on the East Coast Greenway and a new report on the economic and health impacts of Triangle-area greenways. Our region is the most connected urban area along the entire 3,000-mile East Coast Greenway, with more than 90% of our trails completed, and the headquarters of the Maine-to-Florida Greenway is right here in Durham.
I-40 Partnership explores innovative interchanges, accelerated freeway relief
The annual I-40 Regional Partnership meeting was held last week where some of the best transportation minds in our area came together on current projects and potential solutions for our core freeway network anchored by I-40, which the business community considers to be our region’s main street. More information about the partnership initiative and all meeting presentations are available here – let me know if you have questions.
Thank you for your membership in the regional business leadership group advancing the transportation solutions our growing market needs.
Let’s get moving,
Joe Milazzo II, PE
RTA Executive Director