Blog Widget by LinkWithin

« Willowdaile's old Harris Teeter looks set to become home to big-box chain Ollie's Bargain Outlet | Main | Durham's Startup Stampede to host new ventures this Spring »

February 24, 2011

Comments

Khalid

I really liked the vision that Mr. Weddle laid out over the last several years. I am hoping that his departure is not from pushback but having accomplished his main goal.

Some leaders are visionaries...while others are implementers. Its hard to have both. Steve Jobs is one of the few which is why Apple's stock tanks every time there is a rumor about his health.

I really hope people can think bigger than competition between the downtowns and the Park. Each of the employment centers offers something unique that will attract companies of various sizes.

Regi

Whatever the new plan for RTP is, I devoutly hope it includes better signage!

Khalid

The article said it took them over a year to come up with that...ugh!

The best district signage that I have seen was in Cleveland (University Circle http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1076/5114650927_6696322e10_b.jpg ). Probably the best feature is that it is easy to read while driving and unambiguous.

Durham's parks signs are similar in design but hard to read while driving.

Wesley Hyatt

I would be curious as to how the transportation options for the park will be developed over the next decade, from opening 540 down to Holly Springs to adding high speed rail. There's great potential here in alleviating current aggravation in getting to and from RTP, but it has been talked about for years, and I'm hoping once they become reality, it will be lessened somewhat. I'm optimistic but realistic at the same time.

Moncler Salg

Don't know what is wrong what is rite but i know that every one has there own point of view and same goes to this one

The comments to this entry are closed.