Raleigh might soon see more food trucks on the streets. The city council will hear about a pilot program tonight that would allow the trucks to set-up along some curb sides in the city. Right now they're limited to private property and special events.
Mary-Ann Baldwin chairs the council's Law and Public Safety Committee which drafted the program.
"Food trucks really do create community and in areas where there are no restaurants, it serves as a gathering spot for people and a place for folks to, you know, get to know each other," Baldwin says.