Thinking of taking a plane for a spring getaway or to visit family and friends? There’s an easy way to get to RDU International Airport from West Raleigh and downtown Raleigh. Skip parking fees and get dropped directly at your airport terminal by hopping on the Route 100 bus, seven days a week for $2.25.
Students from North Carolina State University and Meredith College have another reason to celebrate as they leave campus for spring break flights! They can now climb aboard a Route 100 bus with no need to pay taxi fees to catch their planes. The bus runs every 30 minutes in peak hours and uses the Bus on Shoulder System (BOSS) system to stay on schedule. BOSS allows authorized transit buses with trained drivers to drive on the shoulders of selected freeways at low speeds to bypass congestion. Continue reading
Brightleaf Square (Photo courtesy of Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau)
Romance your Valentine by heading out by bus to dine in downtown Raleigh and Durham! The time you save looking for parking, you could be gazing into your loved one’s eyes or feasting on culinary delights! Check out these Valentine’s Day dining destinations and prix fixe menus.
On Monday, February 6, Congressman David Price and Congressman G. K. Butterfield took a bus tour along the proposed route of the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit (D-O LRT) project.
The tour ended with a news conference at North Carolina Central University (NCCU), a recent stop addition to D-O LRT, making it a 17.7-mile project with 18 stops. Continue reading
The Exploris School is a charter school in downtown Raleigh and one of the first model STEM schools in North Carolina. With no bus services available for their students, they encourage parents to carpool or students to take the bus. These alternative options not only reduce carbon emissions but have encouraged independence in students.
Summer Clayton, executive director of The Exploris School, says, “We never want transportation to be a barrier for students that are able to get to Exploris and attend our school.” Continue reading
Durham Farmers’ Market (Photo courtesy of Stewart Waller / Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau)
Find yourself rushing from work to home or school and back with little “you” time? What if this year you resolved to put more play in your life while exploring fun things to do and see right here in the Triangle?
Hopping on the Bull City Connector—a fare-free ride—offers a chance to see Durham like a tourist as the bus stops at major attractions, and many are free to visit.
Are you a college student in the Triangle area? Did you know you could win a $50 Visa gift card for tracking a bus trip? To celebrate #NewYearNewCommute, we are offering gift cards to students who try out trip-tracking on STRNC. It’s simple: register at ShareTheRideNC.org and track a trip in the STRNC Commute Calendar.
How do I get started? Find a trip you can track. A smart travel choice includes riding the bus, carpooling, biking, or walking. So whether you are just trying to get to class or want to get out of town, you have options: Continue reading
If your New Year’s resolution is to find time to build relationships, your ticket to success could be finding a new way to commute with others. GoTriangle’s #NewYearNewCommute campaign is helping many local residents chart new routes to togetherness.
Whether you’re traveling to work or school, check out how you can turn time on the road into closer connections with friends and family as these local folks did: Continue reading