The GoTriangle Board of Trustees on May 25 unanimously voted to approve the Recommended Wake County Transit Plan and to enter into an interlocal agreement with Wake County and the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO). This is the second of three votes needed to formally adopt the plan and put it on the ballot this fall.
“We enthusiastically back the Recommended Wake County Transit Plan, an important investment in more transportation choices and better connections for our rapidly growing region,” said GoTriangle Board of Trustees Member Fred Day, who represents Wake County. “Through this plan, more frequent bus service will cover larger areas and span longer hours.”
With CAMPO and GoTriangle’s approval, the plan will now go before the Wake County Board of Commissioners for consideration at its meeting on Monday, June 6. This meeting will take place at 2 p.m. in the Commissioners Board Room of the Wake County Justice Center, located at 301 S. McDowell St. in Raleigh.