I recommend email readers click through to the website to see the embedded video.
Still on my to-do list is to catch up on the Choose Our Transit sessions. Above is the video of the meeting that took place on May 11 at the convention center. If you can’t see the embedded video, go see it on YouTube here.
To dive right into things, see the full Expanded Transit Choices report on the Choose Our Transit website.
The consultant, Jarrett Walker and associates, has also introduced the report on their blog.
This begins a period of public discussion about the report and the choices it outlines. That discussion will give us direction on what form the final recommended plan should take. That plan, in turn, will form the basis for a proposed referendum on a sales tax increment to fund expanded transit.
*Raleigh: Four (or 36) alternatives for Wake County’s transit future via Human Transit.
I’m sure downtown Raleigh will be a key role in no matter what comes out from the plan. However, how many routes and the kind of ridership levels coming into and out of downtown could change based on some of the recommendations.
Let us know what you find interesting and make sure to provide feedback, not here but on the sites linked above.
- Municipography, Capital Boulevard and a Transit Tax | November 10, 2021
- RalCon Supports The Wake Transit Referendum | July 18, 2022
- Municipography, Wake County Transit Plan | August 16, 2012
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As a municipal geek, I enjoyed this entire video. Can someone please answer me this..there may have been 25 people at this meeting? If so few people come to these meetings, is this a bad omen of potential lack of approval for the half cent sales tax?
Having gone to the meeting, I can vouch that there were at least 100 people in attendance. The room wasn’t full, but it was far from empty.
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