Topic : North Carolina Department of Transportation

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3 more states attain FTA safety oversight certification

Security and Safety | July 10, 2018

With the recent announcement of North Carolina, Puerto Rico, and Washington state, 17 states have now achieved SSO Program certification.

TransLoc, NCDOT partners to enhance mobility with Amtrak, Uber, transit

Rail| November 2, 2016

TransLoc’s Rider app will provide passengers with door-to-door trip planning to and from nine Amtrak stations throughout the state and bring multimodal transit opportunities to more than five million residents across three major metropolitan areas.

Rail| September 21, 2012

N.C. DOT awarded $26.5M for rail upgrades

The resulting improvements are centered in the area between Rocky Mount, N.C. and Petersburg, Va., and will improve service for both the Amtrak Carolinian line, which runs between New York City and Charlotte, N.C., and the Amtrak long distance trains that run between New York City and Florida.
Bus| June 14, 2012

N.C. to allow buses to drive on highway shoulders

New program to allow buses to travel on the shoulders of selected highways in times of heavy traffic congestion to help maintain transit schedules and bypass problem areas. They would only be allowed to use the shoulders when travel speed in the highway lanes fell below 35 miles per hour.

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