Because Wake County voters said yes to a community investment in transit in 2016, more frequent routes, longer service hours and improved bus stops already have made life easier and opportunities more accessible for many of our neighbors.
Coming over the next year, among many improvements, are more trips on GoTriangle’s popular Raleigh-Durham express route, a high-frequency GoRaleigh route along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and a GoCary route servicing Weston Parkway.
As the county introduces projects over the 10 years of the Wake Transit Plan, the public will get many opportunities to weigh in. In the spring, planners showed you what the bus network could look like through 2027, with the first phase being finished in 2024. Based on your feedback, those plans were enhanced to include improved service in Southwest Raleigh, a new express route along Interstate 540 in North Raleigh, quicker additions to other express routes and quicker enhancements to bus stops and park-and-ride options.
To view the revised plans you helped shape and tell us what you think, click on document and map links and share your thoughts in the comment box below. You also can find a video and a PowerPoint presentation about the progress of the Wake Transit Plan.
- Bus Network in 2024 and 2027
- Spring Outreach Summary Board
- Public Engagement Process Board
- Community Funding Areas Board
- Southeast Raleigh Package Board
- Northwest Raleigh Package Board
Prefer to attend a meeting? There will be four chances to drop in and talk to planners. Or check back for more community events through September.
Drop-in meetings will be:
Public input is an important part of delivering the voter-approved 10-year transit plan for Wake County. We would be happy to come speak with your group about the community investment in Wake Transit. For more information or to schedule a presentation please contact: