Ep. 38 – One Year Later: How’s That Transit Plan and Tax Going?

In April 2017, Wake County began collecting a half-cent sales tax (along with some other fees) to help pay for changes to our transit systems. At the time, we talked to a couple of people about the next steps. Now, one year, later, let’s talk to them again: Where are we with the plan? What changes should people be seeing? 

We spoke with Tim Gardiner and David Eatman. Tim is the Transportation, Transit and Land Use Planner for Wake County and David is Raleigh’s transit administrator.

Blog post we mentioned: For one bus-loving bunch, expanded Sunday service a godsend among other successful transit improvements

Your Chance to Share Ideas about Bus Routes

Time to Talk Bus Routes and BRT in Wake County – from GoForward
Weigh in the bus plans routes. Drop in between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. at any of these locations:

  • April 30, Town Hall (2nd Floor), 900 Seventh Ave., Garner.
  • May 3, GoRaleigh Operations Center, 4104 Poole Road, Raleigh.
  • May 14, WakeMed Andrews Conference Center, 3024 New Bern Ave, Raleigh.
  • May 15, Cary Arts Center (Paul Cooper Room), 101 Dry Ave., Cary.

Or, take the SURVEY to share your input.

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