On Aug. 31, a journey marked by dedication and care for traveling strangers will end and another adventure will begin for Harold Swann, who will retire from GoTriangle after more than two decades of service.
GoTriangle managers are closely monitoring weather updates as Tropical Storm Isaias approaches the North Carolina coast, and the agency will keep customers fully informed if weather conditions warrant any service changes.
The GoTriangle Board of Trustees on Wednesday recognized outgoing member Ellen Reckhow for serving tirelessly for more than two decades after being instrumental in the very creation of the regional transit agency.
Triangle commuters who excelled at reducing their carbon footprints over the past five years will be among those recognized this month during an online event sponsored by GoTriangle’s Employer Services Department and the Best Workplaces for Commuters.
“I wanted to be able to give back somehow, and I saw a lot of people were making these masks, and I said, ‘I can probably make a mask, too.’ But I had never touched a sewing machine in my entire life," says David Moore.