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The project logo Wake BRT: New Bern Avenue

The project logo Wake BRT: New Bern Avenue

The New Bern Avenue BRT project is currently in the advance design stage. The New Bern Avenue BRT will connect downtown Raleigh with Wake Med and New Hope Road. For more information, including a short video and handout, or to sign-up for updates, visit www.raleighnc.gov/brt-open-house. This survey will be available from April 26 - May 31, 2021.

If you have questions about the project please contact Sean Driskill at [email protected].  Thank you!

New Bern Avenue BRT station Locations

Home Zip Code
Work/school Zip Code
Do you live, or have you ever lived and/or worked along the New Bern Avenue corridor?
No
Yes
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How often do you currently use the New Bern Avenue corridor?
1-5 times per week
6-10 times per week
11-20 times per week
0 times per week
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How do you currently use the New Bern Avenue corridor?
Vehicular
Ride my bike
Walk
Public transit
I do not use the New Bern Avenue corridor
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With the addition of the multi-use path and sidewalk along the corridor, how often do you think you will ride your bike or walk along the New Bern Avenue corridor?
New Bern Avenue Cross Section
1-5 times per week
6-10 times per week
11-20 times per week
0 times per week
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The New Bern Avenue BRT project will deliver fast and efficient transit services with dedicated lanes, traffic signal priority at signalized intersections and enhanced stations.
With these features included in the design, how often do you think you will you use the New Bern Avenue BRT service?
1-5 times per week
6-10 times per week
11-20 times per week
0 times per week
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The following features are planned for the New Bern Avenue corridor. Which of these excites you the most? Choose as many as wish.
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How did you hear about the Virtual Open House?
City of Raleigh Website
City of Raleigh Newsletter
Social Media - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
Community Group/Organization
Other
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Do you think the proposed improvements along the New Bern Avenue corridor will be beneficial to the surrounding community?
Yes
No
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Do you feel the project team has done a good job in informing the public about project status and in welcoming public input throughout the process?
If not can you offer suggestions for improvements?
Yes
No
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