You’re Invited!

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is coming to the region. In October, will be three public meetings on Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). You are invited to attend these public meetings and provide feedback. We will explore equity and affordability around transit stations; growth around transit stations; and BRT corridor design for New Bern Avenue.

GoRaleigh passes will be provided to all attendees. Children are welcome and there will be an activity table set up for their entertainment.

  • Equitable Development around Transit: Equity and Affordability
    How do we ensure the benefits of BRT are shared broadly? What is the best way to address affordability near transit stations? We’ll explore these topics at this workshop.

    • Date: Saturday, Oct. 12, 10 a.m. – noon
      Location: Southeast YMCA
      GoRaleigh Routes 5 and 17
  • Equitable Development around Transit: Growing around Transit
    Growing around transit can provide more housing and bring environmental benefits. This workshop explores different scenarios and what they would mean for the city’s future.

    • Date: Saturday, Oct. 26, 10 a.m. – noon
      Location: Martin Street Baptist Church, 1001 E Martin St, Raleigh, NC 27601
      GoRaleigh Routes 17, 18, and 15
  • Wake BRT: New Bern Avenue Design Phase
    New Bern Avenue is one of four BRT corridors identified in the Wake Transit Plan. This corridor will connect the central business district in downtown Raleigh with the WakeMed Raleigh Campus and New Hope Road. Learn how the BRT is planned to operate on New Bern Ave.

    • Date: Tuesday, Oct. 29, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. (drop-in) with a presentation at 5:30 p.m.
      Location: Martin Street Baptist Church, 1001 E Martin St, Raleigh, NC 27601
      GoRaleigh Routes 17, 18, and 15

For more information about the project, visit our Bus Rapid Transit page.

The FY 2020 Wake Transit Work Plan Is Now Approved!

As of June 26, the FY 2020 Adopted Wake Transit Work Plan was approved by the CAMPO Executive Board and GoTriangle Board of Trustees.

See a list of commonly asked questions here.

Contact Us

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:

Previous Community Engagement Tools

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. See a video and a PowerPoint presentation about the progress of the Wake Transit Plan.

Following the community outreach efforts in the summer and fall of 2018, GoTriangle reviewed the comments that were submitted and compiled a list of answers to the most commonly asked questions.