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Enjoy Summer Adventures with $5 Kids Fare on NC By Train

Enjoy Summer Adventures with $5 Kids Fare on NC By Train

Events
N.C. DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION PRESS RELEASE Stock Photo (encierro/Adobe Stock) RALEIGH N.C. (NCDOT) – Families looking for fun summer adventures can enjoy one $5 kids fare special to travel the rails on NC By Train. From today through Aug. 31, customers can book travel at NCByTrain.org and take advantage of the one-way $5 fare for one child age 2-12 with the purchase of a regularly priced adult ticket. Terms and conditions apply. Passengers can stop in any of the North Carolina cities below when traveling NC By Train:•    Charlotte•    Kannapolis•    Salisbury•    High Point•    Greensboro•    Burlington•    Durham•    Cary•    Raleigh...
NC By Train Offering Buy 1, Get 1 Free Ticket  Valentine’s Day Special

NC By Train Offering Buy 1, Get 1 Free Ticket Valentine’s Day Special

Traffic & Roads
Stock Photo (encierro/Adobe Stock) ASHEBORO N.C. – This Valentine’s Day the NCDOT says to skip the roses and instead take a trip together with a special deal offering Buy 1, Get 1 free tickets for travel on NC By Train. According to a press release by the NCDOT the sale is running Feb. 9th through the 16th. Tickets purchased as part of the sale are valid for travel anytime from March 1st to Aug. 31st, so you don't have to take that trip right now to take advantage of the deal. Fares are one way (adult) with no additional discounts. NC By Train’s Piedmont and Carolinian trains stop at seven stations between Charlotte and Raleigh, and provide service to Washington, D.C., New Jersey and New York. For schedules and more information visit ncbytrain.org or call 1-800-BY-TRAIN. ...

Track Repairs Causing Traffic Headaches In Asheboro

Traffic & Roads
ASHEBORO NC [ARCHIVED] - Norfolk Southern began repairs on tracks through downtown Asheboro Monday. Crossings between Church St and Fayetteville St at Academy St, Wainman St, and Kivett St were closed on Monday and Tuesday. This work is part of Norfolk Southern’s annual maintenance program to ensure safe and efficient operations in the communities we serve, said Rachel Bradshaw a Manager Media Relations with the Norfolk Southern Corporation.  According to an e-mail from Bradshaw on Tuesday evening work is expected to be complete in the next day or two, depending on weather and unforeseen delays.