GoRaleigh Announces New Routes for the New Year

GoRaleigh, the City of Raleigh’s transit service, announces new routes for the new year!

New bus routes that go into service on January 6, 2019. The extended bus services are a result of the Wake Transit Plan*.

NEW SYSTEM MAP

SOUTHEAST RALEIGH

Route 17 - NEW!

From Downtown, now serving Rock Quarry Rd to Shoppes at Battle Bridge, with service to Walnut Creek Elementary, Southeast Raleigh HS, Farmington Square

Route 18/18S

Adding hourly service to Peyton St, Glenbrook Dr, Beverly Dr, Barwell Rd, Rock Quarry Rd (ending at Shoppes at Battle Bridge Rd)

18S- Peak only - serves Downtown Raleigh, Peyton St, Glenbrook Dr, Beverly Dr, Poole Rd/Bus Way

Route 19

Now with 15-minute service all day on MLK Blvd & Sunnybrook Rd - No longer serving Glenbrook Dr, Belmont Dr, Peyton St, Grantland Dr, Lunar Dr

NORTHWEST RALEIGH

Route 4

No longer serving Edwards Mill Rd, Crabtree Valley Mall, Creedmoor Rd or Strickland Rd – now served by Route 26 and Route 36

Route 16

Route now ends at Crabtree Valley Mall, service from Blue Ridge Rd to Rex Hospital now covered by Route 27

Route 26 - NEW!

Now serving Crabtree Valley Mall, Edwards Mill Rd, Chapel Hill Rd, Nowell Rd, PNC Arena, Trinity Rd

Route 27 - NEW!

Now serving Crabtree Valley Mall, Rex Hospital, Blue Ridge Rd, NC Museum of Art, State Fairgrounds, Hillsborough St, Western Blvd

Route 36 - NEW!

Now serving Towne North Shopping Center, Creedmoor Rd, Crabtree Valley Mall

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*A one-half cent sales tax was approved in Nov. 2016 by voters in Wake County as part of the Wake Transit Plan. Taxpayers started paying the half-cent sales tax increase in April 2017. To learn more about the Wake Transit Plan, visit GoForward.

Get involved with transit every month! GoRaleigh holds committee and board meetings every month. They are all open to the public and welcome your comments. Learn more here.

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