Sig Hutchinson hopes a lease of the 286 site would just be the beginning. His ultimate goal is for a ride center. The 286 tract is about 150 acres, and a ride center would require about 300 acres. Hutchinson envisions a destination ride center where people could drive in and hit the trails.
Hutchinson adds balance to the board, and his presence will be vital as commissioners work through their transit plans.
Based on the information uncovered this past week, my campaign has voluntarily relinquished 100% of ALL campaign contributions associated with Mr. Chad Price.
Early studies of the commuter rail project included in Wake and Durham Counties’ transit plans have shown two out of the eight route scenarios studied would likely qualify for the federal funding needed to complete the project. An exploratory study, known as the Major Investment Study (MIS), was authorized by the two counties and completed in May 2019. The study looked at the people, homes and businesses along the corridor and evaluated environmental factors that could affect the project.