Got A Problem With Railroad Crossings? Capital Planners Want To Know
Traffic is expected to swell in the coming years between the N.C. State University Campus and Downtown Cary.
Tonight and tomorrow, the is hosting public meetings to collect feedback on safety issues at railroad crossings.
“We're trying to look at transpiration solutions, not only for cars, but also for pedestrians and bicyclists in the area," says Senior Transportation Planner Shelby Powell.
Powell says the group will also consider how a light rail system might fit into the overall growth plan. Meetings start at 5 p.m. at WakeMed Soccer Park tonight and Method Community Center tomorrow.