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City of Raleigh seeks input for future transportation projects

Posted February 12, 2013

The City of Raleigh is seeking resident input regarding the selection and funding for future transportation projects and programs, a city spokeswoman said Tuesday.

City leaders are developing a Transportation Action Plan that will guide investment over the next 10 years and are asking residents to log onto their website to answer various questions about city transportation.

The plan will include potential transportation projects and programs the city should consider funding, a means of deciding which projects should be top priorities and how the city will pay for future transportation projects and programs.

The city will collect public input through February and hopes to have the plan finalized by May.

 

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  • ConservativeVoter Feb 12, 6:18 p.m.

    None for Mass Transit. It's a waste. It can't pay it's own way without government subsidies. Plus most buses are empty or almost empty when you pass them. No choo choo either.

    Turn Capital into a freeway from I-540 to NC-98 and add lanes.

    Add lanes to I-540 from I-40 to US-1 in North Raleigh.

    Turn Glenwood into a freeway from Millbrook to US-70 Bypass in Durham and add lanes.