Help shape your community investment this spring!

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In November 2016, Wake County voters approved a transit-dedicated half-cent sales tax investment to expand and better connect the public transit network throughout Wake County. The plan will:

  • Connect the region.
  • Connect all Wake County communities.
  • Provide frequent reliable urban mobility.
  • Enhance access to transit.

Last fall, transit planners asked the public how to prioritize projects. Survey results showed priorities were:

  • Providing transit service to areas that don’t already have it.
  • Adding service where ridership is highest.
  • Building and improving sidewalks and bus stops.
  • Making bus service faster and more reliable.

Transit staff members have been working on a plan to make these and other improvements. More feedback is needed to help guide decisions on draft proposals related to:

  • Expanding bus services throughout Wake County.
  • Developing bus rapid transit service.
GoTriangle Poll:
Which online exercise would you like to start with?
Bus Services
Bus Rapid Transit
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