Proposal gives Raleigh food trucks more room to roam
Posted November 20, 2012
Raleigh, N.C. — A little more than a year after the city first allowed food trucks to roll onto Raleigh streets, a plan to give them a bit more room to roam is gaining momentum in City Hall.
A committee recommended a plan on Tuesday morning that would allow two food trucks per one-half acre lot, and a maximum of four food trucks would be allowed on lots between one and two acres.
They would also be allowed within the downtown overlay district, which covers most of downtown outside of the Glenwood South corridor.
The proposal will go before the city's Planning Commission Nov. 27.