Transit, also known as public transportation, includes buses and other shared vehicles and services that are open to the general public, run at scheduled times, and may require a fare. Transit improvements may include:

  • Buses, bus stops, and bus shelters.
  • Bus stop amenities including benches, trash receptacles and street lights.
  • Pedestrian accesses and walkways.
  • Bicycle accesses, including bicycle storage shelters and parking facilities, and the installation of equipment for transporting bicycles on public transportation vehicles.
  • Enhanced access to public transportation for persons with disabilities.
  • Park and Ride facilities.
  • New routes or improvements to existing routes.
  • Signage and more!

GoTriangle’s Route 305 provides week-day peak morning and evening transit services between Holly Springs and Raleigh, via Apex. For more information, visit https://goforwardnc.org/.  

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Starting with your top priority, name local (inside Holly Springs) origin/destination locations where transit improvements are needed; and name the types of improvements that are needed at each of these locations.

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Starting with your top priority, which regional (outside Holly Springs) origin/destination locations would you like our transit system to serve?

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Directness means less stops, typically ideal for long-distance travels.

Accessibility means frequent stops at many destinations, but with longer travel times.

Do you prefer transit routes that provide direct service or that facilitate greater access?

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Limited funding and resources often mean that transit improvements require tradeoffs. For this question, use the sliding scale to identify which transit elements are most important to you.

Would you prefer transit routes that travel to regional destinations or to local destinations?

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Micro-transit differs slightly from a traditional bus transit services in that micro-transit is a more flexible, on-demand, shared-ride service with no fixed route or schedule. Micro-transit services may also be available during off-peak hours when fixed-route bus services are limited or unavailable. Micro-transit can be used to take people to fixed-route transit stops or take people to key destinations such health facilities.

Would you prefer having a micro-transit service option in Town?

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How many vehicles do you have in your household?

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Any other transit related comments?