The Raleigh bikeshare program just rolled one step closer to reality. Last month, potential vendors exhibited their bicycles on Fayetteville Street. The teams were there in person to field questions by the selection committee and other city representatives. According to Trung Vo, Department of Transportation Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager, the selection committee will take a recommendation to City Council this month on June 6th. City Council allocated funds for the program more than a year ago, but it must decide on a company to implement and operate it. Once in place, the public will be able to use the bicycles through self-service kiosks.
Oct 16, 2017 Lauren Kruchten
Raleigh is an ever-growing and expanding city that continues to surprise its residents with new and exciting restaurants, bars, cafes and more, building up the innovative food and drink scene the city is known for. In […]
Oct 2, 2017 Jane Porter
With the IBMA World of Bluegrass and Hopscotch music festivals, plus events such as SPARK Con and Ray Price’s Capital City Bike Fest, September is a busy month for downtown Raleigh. It’s also the best […]