Topics: Traffic and transportation
GoTransit will offer free rides Thursday as a part of Try Transit Week — an initiative to increase ridership in the Triangle.
After much debate, the Orange County Board of Commissioners approved the GoTriangle Durham-Orange Light Rail Project Thursday night.
The town of Hillsborough just started a project to make downtown safer and more accessible for pedestrians.
Orange County Commissioners met Tuesday in Chapel Hill to hear public input on the draft of the Orange County Transit Plan. Commissioners will vote on the plan April 27.
Starting today, a stretch of South Greensboro Street between Main Street and Merritt Mill Road in Carrboro will be closed for 60 days while the N.C. Department of Transportation replaces the undersized storm drainpipe beneath the road.
Carrboro and much of Orange County will not have stops on the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Project.
The town of Chapel Hill is moving forward in updating its aging fleet of Carolina blue transit buses.
New colorful crosswalks designed by local artists are coming to five locations in Chapel Hill — hoping to increase pedestrian visibility.
U.S. Representatives from North Carolina requested the Federal Highway Administration approve the designation of a Greenville highway as a high priority corridor and future interstate in a Nov. 7 letter.
The ghouls, ghosts and goblins were not the only scary thing out on Halloween weekend.
Orange County is developing plans for a light rail system, but the actual implementation is still years away.
A segment of Skipper Bowles Drive will be closed until early January to complete emergency repairs on a steam tunnel leak. Until construction is complete, the CM, N, RU and U buses will be rerouted.
Raleigh resident Nicholas Sailer debuted his project, a fictional map of a subway system for Raleigh called Raleigh City Subway, in August.
Thanks to a newly implemented North Carolina law, cyclists and motorists may finally have the space to settle their differences.
After a week of gas shortages and rising fuel prices across the south, North Carolinians and Southerners will soon feel relief at the pump.
The Transportation Security Administration announced at a press conference on Tuesday the number of illegal items found in carry-on luggage has increased by 68 percent at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
Traffic fatalities in North Carolina increased by 7.4 percent between 2014 and 2015, mirroring the largest increase nationally in nearly 50 years, according to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration report.
On any given day, hundreds of Chapel Hill and Carrboro residents rely on Chapel Hill Transit to get them to and from work, school and businesses.
Chapel Hill Town Council will reconsider the possibility of electric buses as a way to reduce emissions.
A light rail transit project is expected to connect UNC Hospitals and Durham by the year 2026.