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The project logo Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Projects

Raleigh has envisioned a future with greater freedom and choice of mobility than ever before. In November of 2016, Wake County voters approved a plan for focused investment in public transit which puts the implementation of the Wake County Transit Plan in motion, including building approximately 20 miles of BRT lanes.

Current Engagement Opportunities

New Bern Station Area Planning Survey

The New Bern Station Area Plan will take a close look at how best to take advantage of our investment in bus rapid transit (BRT). The plan will look at what makes for great, lively, walkable places. It...

Bus Rapid Transit - New Bern Ave Public Art - Survey 1

​ Artist-In-Residence Dare Coulter wants to hear your thought about public artwork on the upcoming Bus Rapid Transit Stations- with special focus on the New Bern Avenue Corridor. If you have...

Wake BRT: Western Blvd. Engagement Survey

Please take our survey about the materials you reviewed for the Western BRT project. Your responses help us plan the best future for Raleigh! 

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Previous Engagement

Wake Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Branding Survey

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is coming to our region! BRT is a new transportation system that will feature dedicated buses and bus stations with direct routes, faster travel times, and bus-only lanes that help...

Equitable Development Around Transit Recommendations Survey

In 2016, Wake County residents chose a future with greater freedom and choice of mobility than ever before. The decision to adopt and fund the Wake County Transit Plan represented the biggest investment...

Wake BRT: Southern Corridor - Online Survey

The Wake BRT: Southern Corridor will connect downtown Raleigh with the North South Station and Purser Drive in Garner. The survey will be open until March 20, 2020.

Wake BRT: New Bern Avenue

The design phase for implementing Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on New Bern Avenue is underway. Approximately 3.3 miles of the 5.1-mile corridor would use dedicated transit lanes between the GoRaleigh Station,...

Wake BRT: Western Blvd Survey

The Wake BRT: Western Blvd. study aims to find the best way to integrate Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along Western Blvd. to connect downtown Raleigh, NC State University, and downtown Cary. This survey will...

Raleigh BRT: Equitable Development Around Transit

Raleigh BRT: Equitable Development Around Transit Raleigh and Wake County are planning a future with greater freedom and choice of mobility than ever before, with bus rapid transit (BRT) lines extending...

Wake BRT: New Bern Ave.

The City of Raleigh is conducting a survey to gather feedback on conceptual design for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along New Bern Avenue. Each of the images below provide conceptual BRT designs and placement...