In an effort to meet traffic growth, the Midtown Raleigh Alliance partnered with the City of Raleigh to conduct a Six Forks corridor study analyzing both a 4-lane and 6-lane option that would break ground in 2019 if adopted. The results came out this past month to help stakeholders compare the two options. Side by side the 6-lane plan is not significantly more expensive and offers several benefits over the 4-lane version, including: incentivizing bus service and significantly increasing capacity to ease congestion. A public hearing will take place this month before the city council takes action.
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In late November, Todd Milam, a greenway planner with the City of Raleigh, was staring at a map. For five minutes, he alternated between periods of complete quiet and extended verbal delays, stretching “Well” or […]