March 17, 2014
The referendum will occur during the general elections on March 31 and April 1.
The primary goal is to improve environmentally sustainable transportation options for underrepresented communities, with special attention being paid to bike and pedestrian travel, job accessibility and "smart" technologies.
March 3, 2014
The trains would run from UNC Hospitals east along N.C. 54 before eventually reaching Duke University Medical Center, Duke University, and downtown Durham to Alston Ave. near N.C. Central University.
February 14, 2014
Is an expansion of an earlier shuttle system that primarily was focused on the Mississippi State campus.
Will assess and ensure the efficiency of transportation on the university's three campuses.
February 3, 2014
Tech. chief estimated a 21.5-mile maglev train route from Kennesaw State University to Atlanta’s Perimeter Center would cost $472 million.
The system, run by Ind.-based company DoubleMap, intends to end issues with late or absent shuttles.
January 15, 2014
North Carolina’s state director of pupil transportation recommends maintaining an approved list of safe motorcoach companies; establishing a contract for a trip ensuring the proper number of drivers and buses; and asking the driver to show that the bus has been inspected on the day of the trip.
January 6, 2014
Delbert McDougal, whose contract was recently extended by the City Council, has a plan that would increase Tech’s presence in the district and add student housing and accommodations for several thousand people living downtown.
January 3, 2014
The county’s transportation director said if the Board of Commissioners were to approve the bus plan and the funding fell into place, the system could be operational as early as 2018.
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