Take our survey, come to meetings to help shape next transit steps

Since Wake County voters approved a half-cent sales tax dedicated to transit in November 2016, bus routes have been expanded and frequency increased, more bus shelters are on the drawing board and major corridor studies are underway as part of the 10-year Wake County Transit Plan.

Now it’s time to decide what should happen next, and transit planners are seeking the public’s help in setting priorities.

Is it more important to extend buses to areas of the county that do not have service or to add more frequent service where there is already a high concentration of existing and likely riders?

That’s the sort of input residents can give at 10 upcoming meetings in Raleigh, Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest and Zebulon or through an online survey at publicinput.com/waketransit. Read more