GoRaleigh Busopoly

GoRaleigh is excited to launch its Busopoly Marketing Campaign in July 2023. The campaign encourages residents of Raleigh, NC and the surrounding area to “Go with GoRaleigh” through a nostalgic design that incorporates a twist on the classic board game.

Through a design concept that appeals to many, both young and old, the campaign will urge people to use GoRaleigh no matter where they “Go”. From exploring all the City of Oaks has to offer such as concerts, parks, restaurants, shopping and events to education opportunities at local museums, libraries and schools, you can “Go” with the GoRaleigh Busopoly campaign.

The campaign will feature four different “Go” seasons where riders can earn points by riding the bus through an app based Busopoly game. Riders can earn prizes throughout the different seasons: Go Play (Summer), Go Learn (Fall), Go Shop (Winter) and Go Work (Spring).

With suspended fares continuing through June 2024, you can ride to all of these places you already frequent for free.

No matter where life takes you, Go with GoRaleigh! Learn more at GoRaleigh.org.

Play Busopoly with GoRaleigh!

GoRaleigh is launching a fun, bus centric game to challenge riders to explore more routes and new parts of the city. The game will start Friday, September 1, but players can join now to be ready for the first day. To play there are just a few easy steps you need to take.  


  1. Download the Eventzee App from the Apple Store or Google Play Store and create an account.


  1. After creating an account enter code GoRaleigh to join the Busopoly game. Please enter code exactly as typed.


  1. There are a total of seven routes in this game. The routes include #1, #2, #6, #7 #8, #11 and #19. Each route has a unique QR code, attached to four different major stops per route. Each day stop by and scan the QR code at the designated bus stops. More information on which stops have QR codes can be found below or in the game. You can scan a QR code once per route each day. Each scan is worth five points. Therefore, if a player visits all seven routes, they can earn a maximum of 35 points.


  1. The top three players at the end of the campaign on September 30 will receive a prize, a visa gift card.


To give additional opportunities for points there will be other types of challenges scattered throughout the campaign (i.e. trivia questions). For any questions about Busopoly or about GoRaleigh please contact GoRaleigh@RaleighNC.gov.


Bus Stops with QR Codes


Route 1

Mordecai Historic Park: Wake Forest Rd at Mimosa St (Mordecai Historic Park) - #9442

Capital Crossing Shopping Center: Capital Blvd at Millbrook Rd - #8036

Triangle Town Center: Triangle Town Center (Main Building) - #8032

Route 2
Five Points: Glenwood Ave at Glen Ave - #8174

Midtown East: Wake Forest Rd at Wake Towne Dr (NB) - #8103

Falls Village Shopping Center: Falls of Neuse Rd at Hunting Ridge Rd (Falls Village) - #8143

Route 6

Glenwood South: Glenwood Ave at W Johnson St - #8180

Five Points: Glenwood Ave at Glen Ave - #8174

Crabtree Valley Mall: Creedmoor Rd at Glenwood Ave - #8705

Route 7

Raleigh Convention Center: W Lenoir St at S Salisbury St - #8895 (Route 11)

Red Hat Amphitheater: McDowell St at Davie St - #9165

Route 8

Fred Fletcher Park: St Marys St at Clay St (NB) - #8438

Lassiter Mill Park: Lassiter Mill Rd at Millstream Pl #8481

North Hills: Midtown - North Hills Mall (Bank of America) - #8450

Route 11

Dorthea Dix Park: S Boylan Ave at Dorothea Dr (Outbound) - #9600

Pullen Park: Western Blvd at Bilyeu St - #8568

WRAL Azalea Garden: Avent Ferry Rd at Centennial Pkwy (NB) - #8565

Route 19

John Chavis Memorial Park: Martin Luther King Jr Blvd at Holmes St (WB) (Red Shelter - #9611

Martin Luther King Memorial Garden: Martin Luther King Jr Blvd at Rock Quarry Rd (WB) - #9609

How to Ride the Bus

Utilizing GoRaleigh's expansive bus system is simple and easy with just a few quick steps. Plan. Track. Ride.

Plan your trip and where you want to go using various trip planning tools. 

Hop on the bus and identify where you need to get off the bus at the appropriate stop. 

When you are approching your stop pull the yellow cord by your seat to signal you are ready to depart the bus at your next stop. Once you arrive at your stop, exit the bus and proceed to your desired destination!

GoRaleigh Routes

Explore popular routes in GoRaleigh's bus system including:

You can view all of GoRaleigh's routes and where you can explore the City of Oaks here