The critically needed goods on those buses and on two others and a van that traveled to Newport on Tuesday were from the Triangle residents who contributed to GoTriangle’s Hurricane Relief Bus drive Thursday.
At this year’s Art of Cool Festival, only musicians will be blowing horns if enough festivalgoers use three GoDurham and GoTriangle park-and-ride lots to avoid having to drive and park in downtown Durham during the two-day concert extravaganza.
With Hurricane Florence forecast to hit the United States on or near the North Carolina coast this week, GoTriangle and GoDurham managers are closely monitoring the storm and implementing plans that will keep customers fully informed if weather conditions warrant any service changes.
Aug. 6 is independence day for Triangle teens and their parents or guardians. That’s when those ages 13 to 18 can start using a free Youth GoPass to explore a three-county world of malls, museums, jobs and schools – with a bus operator doing the driving.
Gathering public input is always an important part of designing GoDurham bus service, and it’s time for residents to weigh in a third time on the agency’s Short-Range Transit Plan as it heads toward final approval.