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Greenway & Bikeway
The Burlington Bicycle and Greenway Plan is underway. The planning process will take place through the summer of 2017 to identify opportunities for bikeways and greenways in Burlington that will improve quality of life and create recreation and alternative transportation options.
Welcome to your Link Transit! Link Transit is here to make your life easier. Whether you’re traveling for work, school, an appointment or just for fun, we invite you to ride with us. Enjoy the trip, and connect with your destination.
The station, which opened in 2003, is located in the former North Carolina Railroad engine house, the sole remnant of a large railroad maintenance facility built in the mid-19th century.
In March of 2013, the Burlington City Council voted to approve some strategic modifications to downtown parking regulations and enforcement. These changes were recommended by city staff as a result of the Downtown Parking Plan completed in November of 2012. The goal of the regulation adjustments and increased enforcement is to transition long-term parkers into the city’s lots, making on-street parking more readily available to downtown visitors and short-term parkers.