News Tagged With: triangle-transit
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October 29, 2013

N.C. agencies seek fare increases

The Raleigh City Council will consider the CAT fare proposal after getting a recommendation from the Raleigh Transit Authority. The Triangle Transit Authority board will decide whether to approve the proposed regional fare increases.


May 21, 2013

Transloc honored by White House as ‘Champion of Change’

Recognized for its leadership in rider-facing transit technology, and “having an incredibly positive and widespread impact on the way people think about and use public transit...” according to an FTA official. TransLoc powers N.C.-based Triangle Transit’s live bus tracking system, GoLive.


April 16, 2013

N.C. transit to celebrate 20 years

The agency started with 35 staffers. Today, it takes 191 full- and part-time employees to help operate regional bus, vanpool, paratransit, planning, customer service, marketing, public affairs and sustainable transportation services. Ridership for the first year averaged 500 daily compared with 7,000 daily last month.


March 20, 2013

Experts: Plan affordable housing along N.C. rail corridor

At a meeting held by Triangle Transit to talk about the future of affordable housing along a planned rail corridor, presenters said light rail projects around the country have shown it is important to start early to procure affordable housing nearby.


December 13, 2012

Triangle Transit light rail project lauded by Sierra Club

Proposed Durham/Orange Light Rail Transit Project named one of the best transportation projects in the U.S. in the organization’s national report, “Smart Choices, Less Traffic: 50 Best and Worst Transportation Projects in the United States.”


December 3, 2012

N.C.’s Triangle Transit to operate Duke U. buses

Will take over operation of an express bus service that provides transportation between Duke and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in early 2013.


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.


June 7, 2012

N.C. county to add transit referendum to ballot

The decision comes just under a year after Durham called the Triangle’s first transit referendum, approving its own half-percent sales tax surcharge with a 60% majority. Durham County is waiting to impose the tax until after similar measures are approved in both Orange and Wake counties.


April 23, 2012

UNC Charlotte students rally for transit plan

Would include increased bus services, improvements for existing bus stops, a rail station, and light rail plans between the university and Durham. It would be partially funded by a half-cent sales tax.


October 20, 2011

N.C. agencies unveil GoLive

This system will allow for the seamless planning of trips using public transportation in the Triangle region. Riders will have a real-time view of buses in route on a detailed online map.


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