May 10, 2021

GoRaleigh conducted a service equity analysis under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to evaluate proposed Fall 2021 service changes for Glenwood Route 6 and Briar Creek Express Route 70X. 

Based on the data in the assessment and the anticipated increase in services, no adverse impacts were found to affect low-income and minority populations. Any potential negative impacts due to a possible increase in transfers can be reduced by the higher frequency downtown service, the enhanced passenger amenities, and the overall improvement in on-time performance.

See the full equity analysis here and provide any comments or feedback to

April 5, 2021

GoRaleigh is proposing adding additional service to the two routes along Glenwood Avenue. This will help better serve our riders and major destinations including Crabtree Valley Mall, downtown Raleigh and Brier Creek Commons. 


Route 6: Crabtree will become GoRaleigh’s next high frequency network route from downtown Raleigh to Duraleigh Road, operating every 15 minutes, Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Also, it will extend frequency on Sundays to every 30 minutes. This is in addition to the current service. This change also offers longer service hours, with last trips running in the 11 p.m hour Monday through Saturday and 10 p.m. on Sunday.

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

If you would like to provide any comments on this additional frequency, please email us at or call 919-996-3942. 

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