The Federal Transit Administration released documents July 31 that showed GoTriangle got good marks for its budget and operations, but was optimistic about some revenues expected to pay for the Durham-Orange Light-Rail Transit line.
Although the N.C. Department of Transportation is closing Old N.C. 86 north of town for about three weeks, starting June 19, to replace an aging pipe, they could reopen South Greensboro Street to traffic on June 23.
Pittsboro driver Chad Clark said he looked down at something that fell inside his work truck just before hitting and seriously injuring two female UNC students crossing West Rosemary Street in Chapel Hill.
The Orange County and Durham County commissioners’ votes this week will send the $3.3 billion Durham-Orange Light-Rail Transit project to the Federal Transit Administration, which must approve the engineering work required to apply for grant funding.
The Durham County commissioners already approved the new cost-sharing agreement with Orange County for the $3.3 billion light-rail transit project. Both counties have to approve their revised plans by a Federal Transit Administration deadline.
Consultants with Davenport and Company examined GoTriangle’s plan to finance the Durham-Orange Light-Rail Transit Project and found that Durham County would have a comfortable cushion of cash reserves over 45 years, while Orange County would have very little ability to adapt.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport officials hope a new incentive policy will help attract new flights and carriers to take its customers directly to places such as Kansas City, Puerto Rico, China or even South America.
The Raleigh-Durham International Airport will soon kick off a significant multi-year capital improvement program that will bring a reconstructed runway, a new consolidated rental car facility and parking renovations to the airport in response to passenger growth.
Protesters assembled quickly in downtown Durham after rumors spread on social media that white supremacists planned to march there. Some came armed with more than signs or drums. Warning: Foul language.
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