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GoRaleigh to Add Additional Service Beginning May 5, 2024

Beginning May 5, 2024 service changes will be added for the following routes.

Route 6:Crabtree will become one of GoRaleigh’s next high frequency network routes from downtown Raleigh to Duraleigh Rd via Glenwood Ave. operating every 15 minutes Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Also, extending frequency on Sundays to 30 minutes.

Route 70X: Brier Creek Express, serving Glenwood Ave. north of Duraleigh Rd. to Brier Creek Commons, will begin hourly all-day service Monday through Sunday. The new connection location will be at the Pleasant Valley Shopping Center. This route will no longer serve Crabtree Valley Mall.

Route 19: MLK/Sunnybrook will return to 15-minute frequency from 6 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 30-minute frequency on Saturday and Sunday. This route serves Shaw University, Chavis Park, Shoppes at Pine Hill, the V.A. Clinic, Wake Tech – Health Sciences Campus, Holly Hill, Pines of Ashton and Wake County Human Services.

Route 21: Caraleigh will also become one of GoRaleigh’s high frequency network routes, operating every 15 minutes from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. This route serves Shaw University, South Wilmington Center, Oak City Cares, Walnut Terrace, the NC Farmer’s Market and Healing Transitions.

The R-Line: GoRaleigh is re-launching the Downtown Raleigh R-Line route which will run every 15 minutes. The route serves major destinations including the Convention Center, the Performing Arts Center, GoRaleigh Station, Raleigh Crossing, Raleigh Union Station, Red Hat, Seaboard Station, William Peace University, Smokey Hollow and the State Capital Building.

Route 55X: Poole Rd. will now serve the social security building on Poole Rd. at Samuel St., along with the new park and ride facility on Bus Way that includes 235 parking spots and 12 EV charging stations.