Mayor McFarlane Kicks-off GoRaleigh Station Renovation

News posted Feb. 15, 2016 - 5:45 pm
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Mayor Nancy McFarlane was the featured speaker for the GoRaleigh Station renovation groundbreaking ceremony, Friday, Feb. 19, at Moore Square Transit Mall, 214 S. Blount St. She was joined by City Council member Corey Branch who is also the Raleigh Transit Authority’s Council liaison, and by Raleigh Transit Authority Chairman Jason Horne.

Formerly named Moore Square Station, the GoRaleigh Station renovation is scheduled to take nine to 12 months to complete. Renovations will improve the transit experience for riders in several ways, including expanded passenger waiting areas; new restroom facilities; a new information booth; Wi-Fi; real time passenger information; aesthetic improvements to the reconstructed courtyard and more.

The new GoRaleigh station will be reflective of the new GoRaleigh brand. The goal is to enhance the future of transit in Raleigh and the Triangle by building a positive impression, not only with daily riders and commuters, but with the many visitors who frequent the city.

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