Fill your tanks and fasten your seat belts for a very busy Memorial Day weekend on the road. The AAA Carolinas motor club predicts that a little more than 1 million North Carolinians will hit the highway for the first big weekend of the summer vacation season.
New rounds of public meetings are scheduled across Wake County from this week through July for county residents to learn about four scenarios for future investments in trains and buses for a public transit network.
With the closing Friday night of a second exit ramp at the South Saunders Street interchange on Interstate 40, drivers are feeling more of the effects of Beltline construction expected to soon start causing chronic, widespread traffic congestion that will continue until late 2016.
With a proposed budget that raises motor vehicle fees while cutting the gas tax, House Republicans have backed away from earlier talk about a $1 billion boost for state transportation funding. DMV fees would be increased by 50 percent.
In no hurry to repair a broken piece of North Carolina’s traffic safety laws, a House committee debated and finally endorsed a bill Tuesday to require that every car and truck have two working brake lights.
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