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Mayor McFarlane agrees: "When it comes to public transportation, the Triangle needs a “comprehensive system” that allows people to easily walk or ride a bike to their destination after they get off a bus or train, Raleigh’s mayor says.

“It’s not just connecting dots doing light rail and connecting with commuter rail and bus rapid transit,” Nancy McFarlane said. “It’s more than just the spine. When you get off the spot, you’ve got to get to where you’re going.”



Are sidewalks and bike lanes the key to better public transit in Raleigh?

Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane and Durham Mayor Steve Schewel attended the annual meeting of the United States Conference of Mayors.


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Posted Feb 1, 2018
Joe Hartman
Joe Hartman
Feb 11, 2018

Simple sidewalks to Dix are sorely needed. Sidewalks without big gaps are needed. Kids who attend the school at Dix ride their bikes there with no safe bike paths, not even connecting sidewalks.

Posted by Joe Hartman on Feb 11, 2018
Feb 21, 2018

Ways to get to Dorothea Dix Park are key to people coming! If we make it more convenient to get there, people all over Raleigh would be coming more often! Not to mention the inconvenience of having to find your way twisting and turning through roads to get there. I could write a whole essay on this, but that would be inconvenient to read, so let’s get these sidewalks and bike paths to Dorothea Dix Park! What do you say?

Posted by Lili on Feb 21, 2018
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