GoRaleigh, the City of Raleigh’s transit system, is increasing bus service frequencies on 25 routes starting on Sunday, Aug. 6.
This week we took a brief look at the Wake Transit Work plan. This is an overview of where the money will go and what changes we’ll see in 2018.
Our series on the Wake County Transit Plan continues. This time, we spoke with Joe Milazzo, a member of
the Regional Transportation Alliance.
In this episode, we take a look at the plan itself, going through most of the pages to get an idea of what Wake County residents can expect in the next 10 years if the referendum is approved.
As you probably know, there is a half-cent sales tax on the ballot this November for a transit plan. We’ll be discussing that in length in multiple upcoming episodes of our podcast. In the meantime, here is a press release sent out about the kickoff plan for transit.