GoDurham! GoRaleigh! GoTriangle! No, it’s not a new cheer. They’re the new names for the bus systems in each of those cities and the area. You may be wondering…why the different look and what does it mean? In this new episode, CityLife Host Beverly B. Thompson is joined by Director Mark Ahrendsen with the City’s Transportation Department and Marketing Manager Lauren Parker with GoTriangle, GoDurham & GoSmart to talk about the new design and what it means for Durham riders and others throughout the Triangle. Watch it now on Durham Television Network (Time Warner Cable channel 8, 97-5 and AT&T U-verse channel 99). About CityLife CityLife, a talk show that features information on current City issues and upcoming events, airs daily at 9:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Durham Television Network (Time Warner Cable channel 8, 97-5 and AT&T U-verse channel 99) and at http://YouTube.com/CityofDurhamNC. For more information, call (919) 560-4123, like http://Facebook/CityofDurhamNC, or follow http://Twitter.com/CityofDurhamNC.
Fleet: GoDurham (DATA) 2003 Gillig Advantage Diesel 0301-0331 2008 Gillig Advantage Diesel 0803 2009 Gillig Advantage BRT Hybrid 1001-1020 Fleet: (GoTriangle) 2008 Gillig Advantage Diesel 2840 2009 Gillig Advantage Diesel 2904
GoDurham has ordered 12 new Gillig buses. After being wrapped they will join the rest of the fleet out on the road! http://godurhamtransit.org FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/godurhamtransit Twitter: http://twitter.com/godurhamtransit Instagram: http://instagram.com/godurhamnc
This guy made everyones ride enjoyable, he knew how to joke with all ages and how to make himself look silly for others enjoyment, seriously the best bus ride ive ever had
Turn by turn video of the new GoDurham Route 20 effective August 6, 2016. This route does not service the Durham Station.
A man was hit and killed Monday night.
When you think about what makes Durham a unique destination, a lot comes to mind – great events; a celebrated food scene; a welcoming community. But one of Durham’s special selling points is its personality – that energy that you only catch by being here. Video by KidEthnic/Sound by Pierce Freelon and Alan Thompson.