Advocating for the Triangle Trail Center Project
A Proposed New Trail System in Wake County NC
Benefits of Wake Stone’s proposed Triangle Quarry expansion:
Urban Trail Destination
151-Acre Mountain Bike Center
326-Acre Triangle Trail Center
Recreational Themed Development
Wake Stone Corporation’s Conceptual Plan for the Triangle Trail Center. Click the image to view larger.
Imagine a Bold Vision for the Future
Imagine a recreation destination unique to the southeastern United States featuring abundant green space, an extensive network of mountain biking and hiking trails, recreation-focused retail, brewpubs, hospitality and greenway connectivity that will draw visitors from all over the country. Now imagine all of this within a five-minute drive from Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
This bold vision for the future is not a pipe dream. It is well within reach with the proposed Triangle Trail Center.
Status check: What’s next for Wake Stone’s quarry plans near Umstead
More than a week after a judge ruled its lease of airport-owned land near Umstead State Park is legal, Wake Stone Corporation continues to prepare for the next step in…
11/12 Letters: Umstead Coalition, cyclists group should drop plan to appeal judge’s RDU decision
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Inside the ruling: Judge sides with RDU, Wake Stone in quarry case
A Wake County judge has sided with Raleigh-Durham International Airport in a controversial case involving a planned rock quarry near Umstead State Park. In a 12-page ruling handed down Friday, Judge Graham Shirley dismisses…