The first Wake Transit Plan was adopted by the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO)Executive Board, the GoTriangle Board of Trustees, and the Wake County Board of Commissioners in 2016.
Wake Transit program implementation began in FY2018. Since then, significant progress has been made toward addressing the county’s increasing transportation needs by investing program funds into new and enhanced transit services, as well as through funding the purchase and construction of transit-supportive infrastructure.
The Wake Transit Plan is developed with extensive participation from members of the community and stakeholders. The Plan sets system goals and investment priorities for enhancing the transit system in Wake County.
Your Voice Matters to the future of Wake Transit planning. Please review the many opportunities available for you to engage with transit planners so your voice can be listened to as part of the larger discussion concerning the future of public transportation in the county, as well as how we connect to the greater Triangle region.
The Wake and Durham Bus Plans Update is a collaborative planning study that will recommend how and when the Triangle invests in bus service projects from 2024 to 2030. As the regional transit planning agency, GoTriangle is the project manager for creating and updating bus plans in the Triangle region of Wake, Durham and Orange … Read more
Community input is critical in developing the FY2023 Wake Transit Work Plan. Annually, the Wake Transit planners listen to community input as they update the Work Plan. The annual Wake Transit Work Plan includes operating and capital investments that will receive funding during the next fiscal year, July through June. The FY2023 Recommended Wake Transit … Read more