A new multi-modal transportation hub has sparked mixed-use development and fueled neighborhood revitalization in North Carolina's capital city.
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The guide was compiled based on lessons learned in Austin, Louisville and Raleigh.
Incremental infrastructure improvements are laying the foundation for a bigger future in North Carolina’s capital city.
Next Century Cities just gave Raleigh, Austin and Louisville $30,000 and will provide technical assistance to get their innovative, repeatable projects off the ground.
The legislation, passed last week by the General Assembly and approved by Gov. Pat McCrory, pits the state Republican Party’s desire to be friendly to business friendliness against its social conservatism.
The guidance comes as a development boom continues in North Carolina’s capital.
Lack of training and resources challenge U.S. municipalities trying to improve their decisionmaking processes, according to a new What Works Cities report.
Continuing transparency and accessibility conversations among citizens is key.
That’s one of the reasons why the city of Raleigh is renovating its downtown bus hub.
The city takes a look at the evolution of its tiller trucks, in a YouTube video letting residents know how much better things are today.
Raleigh is the latest local government to convert to the energy-saving technology.
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The city is closing its digital divide with a model STEM program.
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