Commuters in North Raleigh, students at Wake Tech RTP and passengers 65 and older are the biggest beneficiaries of the next round of improvements made possible by the community’s investment in transit.
Helping people take advantage of educational opportunities in the Triangle is one of the most gratifying aspects of providing public transit, so GoTriangle is thrilled to be offering a new route that directly serves the new Wake Tech RTP Campus in Morrisville.
A city planner by profession, Andrea Neri has lived, studied and worked in diverse places – but it is in Hillsborough, North Carolina where he finally set down roots after falling in love with an American woman and joining GoTriangle as a bus operator in 2017.
Canes Country is the most recent beneficiary of Kernick’s self-taught talents, which were put to use this month turning the wall of a building that GoTriangle owns into a tribute to the Carolina Hurricanes’ post-season run to the Eastern Conference Finals.
A free pass was just the nudge Andy Bechtel needed to try transit from his new home in downtown Durham to his job as an associate professor of journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
On Friday, before artist Annie Blazejack straps on her bike helmet and pedals from her home in the Five Points area of Raleigh to her studio 4 miles away, she’ll check the weather so she can choose the appropriate clothes on national Bike to Work Day.