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Asheville to operate partial bus service July 4

Asheville to operate partial bus service July 4

ART bus service routes and facilities will operate on a partial holiday schedule in Asheville on July 4. The Independence Day holiday is one of six holidays throughout the calendar year that ART offers service. Due to the Independence Day celebrations in Pack Square Park, ART will detour E1 and E2, causing the transit stop on College Street

Grilling on Greenways held in Carrier Park

Grilling on Greenways held in Carrier Park

The City of Asheville’s Riverfront Redevelopment Office invites everyone to attend the informational public meeting, “Grilling on Greenways” 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 27 at the Carrier Park Pavilion, 220 Amboy Road. Grilling on Greenways will showcase the five greenway projects that are currently being designed and prepared for construction: The Clingman Forest Greenway,


Asheville buses to run on partial holiday schedule May 25

Asheville buses to run on partial holiday schedule May 25

ASHEVILLE – ART service routes and facilities will operate on a partial holiday schedule on Monday, May 25. The Memorial Day holiday is one of six holidays throughout the calendar year that ART offers service. For these six holidays, ART operates holiday service on the following routes: • N1 – Merrimon – UNCA – Lakeshore.

Ride ART buses free and get a free breakfast May 20

Ride ART buses free and get a free breakfast May 20

National Strive Not to Drive Week runs Friday to Friday, May 15-22. It’s a great time to take the bus or ride your bike. Walk to a neighborhood business rather than hop in your car. And it’s a good time to think about carpooling to work. Asheville Transit will offer free bus fares Wednesday, May

Lake Craig/Azalea Road improvements celebrated at kick-off event

Lake Craig/Azalea Road improvements celebrated at kick-off event

The crowd that gathered atop the new Azalea Road Bridge on April 18 to celebrate the completion of phase one of the Lake Craig/Azalea Road improvement project was made up of adults and kids alike. Many wore soccer jerseys and, following the kick off event, would continue on to the John B. Lewis Soccer complex


Neighbors and City collaborate to reduce speeding

Neighbors and City collaborate to reduce speeding

Like many streets in Asheville, Macon Avenue has a speeding problem. The corridor through the Grove Park – Sunset Mountain Neighborhood sees some 7,000 vehicles from a combination of residential, cut-through and tourist traffic each day. Unfortunately, many of these drivers exceed the speed limit through the residential area, a dangerous practice magnified the presence

Asheville in Motion design charrettes open process to public

A series of charrettes planned for March 11-13 will give the community a chance to interface with the team designing a city-wide mobility plan. Asheville in Motion is an initiative to create a vision that considers all forms of travel and transport into one design. The charrettes, held at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, will give

The ART launches Sunday bus service

The ART launches Sunday bus service

It’s here! ART buses now operate seven days a week. See below for the full announcement: ASHEVILLE – In a move to increase accessibility to public transportation and support the City of Asheville’s multimodal transportation goals, the ART, Asheville’s transit service, launched Sunday bus service on January 4, 2015. The expansion is the largest since


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