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  • JCX Fare Effective Monday, February 3

    Starting Monday, February 3, fares will be collected on the Johnston County Express (JCX). Please make sure you have proper change for your cash fares and that you purchase the proper passes for your trips.

    If you have further questions, please contact the GoTriangle Regional Transit Information Center at 919-485-RIDE (7433).

    Thank you for choosing Triangle Transit!

  • TransLoc JCX Route Information

    Attention Riders:

    On the TransLoc web page, route information for the JCX is listed under the Triangle Transit routes. For JCX route information, please click the Triangle Transit tab as displayed below. 

    If you have further questions, please contact the GoTriangle Regional Transit Information Center at 919-485-RIDE (7433).

  • Utility line relocation on Walnut Street Begins January 06, 2014

    TRAFFIC ALERT

    Utility line relocation on Walnut Street near Crossroads

    Beginning this week and as weather permits, the Town of Cary will temporarily close one lane in each direction of Walnut Street from Buck Jones Road to the northbound US 1/64 ramp to allow utility companies to relocate lines and poles. The lane closures will be in place as necessary weekdays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. through the end of March. Minor delays are expected, and drivers should obey posted signs within the construction area. The work is necessary in preparation for the Walnut Street Pedestrian and Traffic Improvements Project, a 2012 Cary Community Investment Bonds project set to begin construction this summer. For more, search “Walnut Street Pedestrian” at http://www.townofcary.org or call (919) 380-4104.

    To receive notice of traffic implications, citizens may sign-up to receive traffic alerts straight to their inbox by clicking on the green envelope on the Town’s homepage, http://www.townofcary.org. View a map of roads in Cary by ownership, and for real-time traffic updates, visit wink.townofcary.org and follow the Town of Cary on Twitter @TOC_Traffic.

    PRIMARY CONTACTS:

    Bob Shultes, Project Engineer, (919) 380-4104
    Deanna Boone, Deputy Public Information Officer, (919) 462-3908
    Susan Moran, Public Information Director, (919) 380-4240  

  • DRX Stop Change Effective January 06, 2014

    Event: Change in DRX Stop #1927
    Date: Monday, January 06, 2014
    Routes Affected: DRX


    In an effort to improve on-time performance, the Erwin Rd at Emergency Drive (stop #1927) will be changed to Drop off Only status. This means that the DRX only stops when it is requested by a rider on board. Schedule times are estimates. The printed brochures DO NOT show this status.

    Please refer to the online downloadable brochure or call the GoTriangle Regional Information Center if you have questions at 919-485-RIDE (7433).

    Thank you for choosing Triangle Transit 


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Capital Area Transit (CAT)

  • No Alerts at This Time

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Cary Transit (C-Tran)

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Chapel Hill Transit (CHT)

  • Chapel Hill Transit Good Friday Holiday Schedule

    Chapel Hill Transit (CHT) will operate Saturday services on Friday, April 18, 2014, in observance of the Good Friday holiday. The following Saturday routes will operate: CM, CW, D, FG, JN and T. The Saturday U and NU routes will not operate on Friday (April 18th) or Saturday (April 19th).

    EZ Rider services will end at 6:52 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The last scheduled pick-up window will be 6:42 p.m. – 7:02 p.m.

    Safe Rides will operate as normal on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.

    CHT will return to regular service on Sunday, April 20, 2014.

    CHT administrative offices will be closed on Friday, April 18th and will reopen on Monday, April 21st at 8:30 a.m. The Regional Call Center will be open to provide schedule information from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Friday. Customers will be able to reach the call center by calling CHT’s customer service line at 919.969.4900 (press option 1).

    For more information, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call a customer service representative at 919.969.4900.
     

  • CHT Bus Stop Closures on Weaver Street 4/12

    On Saturday April 12, 2014 the Saturday CW route will be detoured along Main Street in Carrboro due to the Carrboro Open Streets event. The bus stops along Weaver Street (between Weaver Street Market and Country Junction) will be closed. Customer may board buses at alternate bus stops along Main Street.

    For more information on the Carrboro Open Streets events please visit: http://bikecarrboro.com/home-page/carrboro-open-streets

    For more information, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or contact a customer service representative at 919.969.4900 (press 1).
     

  • North-South Corridor Study public meetings on March 26

    North-South Corridor Study public meetings on March 26 Chapel Hill Transit invites public participation in the North-South Corridor Study. Two identical public workshops are scheduled on Wednesday, March 26:

    • 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.—Stone Cultural Center, 150 South Road, UNC Campus (Hitchcock Room)

    • 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. —Chapel Hill Public Library (Meeting Room B)
    The meetings will be structured in an open house, drop-in format. At the meetings, the public will be able to talk to project staff, review maps of the study area, and participate in self-paced interactive exercises about transit. Chapel Hill Transit’s goal is to gather public comment about travel and transit needs in this corridor. Comment forms as well as laptops will be available to record comments.
    An English-Spanish language interpreter will be available at this set of public meetings for anyone who requests translation and interpretation.
    The North-South Corridor Study is a transit service planning initiative for the corridor linking Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, South Columbia Street and US Highway 15-501 South. The purpose of the study is to review the transportation corridor from the Eubanks Road Park and Ride to the Southern Village Park and Ride Lot, to identify and evaluate improved accessibility, capacity, convenience and travel-time for riders.
    The public meeting date also launches an online community forum at the NSCstudy.org, where the public can access project information, comment on the project, and view other people’s suggestions, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from the convenience of a personal computer or a mobile device like a smartphone or a tablet. Comments will be accepted on the project starting on March 26 through the end of the project, which is anticipated to last 15-18 months.
    Additional public involvement opportunities including more public meetings will be announced throughout the project. There are several easy ways to stay engaged with the North-South Corridor Study through the project website, http://www.NSCStudy.org<http://www.nscstudy.org/>:

    • Sign up for the updates;

    • Check the website for more technical reports and corridor data as it becomes available; and

    • Comment on the project using a map, answering a poll question, attaching your own narrative or photo, and more.
    The study represents a significant step towards achieving the goals established by the Chapel Hill 2020 comprehensive plan. The comprehensive planning work was conducted in six theme groups. “Getting Around” theme group established a set of goals aimed at the development of a well-balanced and holistic transportation system that connects communities, provides a variety of transportation options and places an emphasis on ecological conciseness.
    Chapel Hill Transit is the public transportation provider that serves Chapel Hill, Carrboro and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For complete information about CHT services, schedules, route changes or directions to the nearest CHT stop, visit us at http://www.chtransit.org<http://www.chtransit.org/> , email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)<mailto:chtransit@townofchapelhill.org>, or call a CHT customer service representative at 919-969-4900 (press 1).
     


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Durham Area Transit Authority (DATA)

  • No Alerts at This Time

Bull City Connector

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NC State University Wolfline

  • No Alerts at This Time

Triangle Transit

  • UPDATED: Good Friday Holiday Notice 4/18

    SERVICE DETAILS FOR GOOD FRIDAY, April 18, 2014


    Triangle Transit routes will operate using the Saturday schedule on Friday, April 18th.

    Routes served:                                         Hours:
    100 (RTC.RDU. Raleigh)                            6:40 am- 7:15pm
    400 (Durham.NH Commons.Ch Hill)           7:00 am- 6:55pm
    700 (RTC.DTCC.Durham)                          7:00 am- 6:55pm
    800 (Ch Hill.Southpoint.RTC)                     6:40 am- 7:20pm

    NO SERVICE on Routes 102, 105, 201, 301, 303, 305, 311, 405, 420, 805, CRX, DRX,JCX, KRX, WRX, ZWX, 42, 46, 47, 49.

    Normal Saturday operation will resume on April 19th.

    Riders with questions can contact the GoTriangle Regional Transit Information Center at 919-485-RIDE (7433) or visit triangletransit.org.
     

    UPATED: Triangle Transit administrative offices will also be closed.

  • JCX Fare Effective Monday, February 3

    Starting Monday, February 3, fares will be collected on the Johnston County Express (JCX). Please make sure you have proper change for your cash fares and that you purchase the proper passes for your trips.

    If you have further questions, please contact the GoTriangle Regional Transit Information Center at 919-485-RIDE (7433).

    Thank you for choosing Triangle Transit!

  • TransLoc JCX Route Information

    Attention Riders:

    On the TransLoc web page, route information for the JCX is listed under the Triangle Transit routes. For JCX route information, please click the Triangle Transit tab as displayed below. 

    If you have further questions, please contact the GoTriangle Regional Transit Information Center at 919-485-RIDE (7433).

  • Utility line relocation on Walnut Street Begins January 06, 2014

    TRAFFIC ALERT

    Utility line relocation on Walnut Street near Crossroads

    Beginning this week and as weather permits, the Town of Cary will temporarily close one lane in each direction of Walnut Street from Buck Jones Road to the northbound US 1/64 ramp to allow utility companies to relocate lines and poles. The lane closures will be in place as necessary weekdays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. through the end of March. Minor delays are expected, and drivers should obey posted signs within the construction area. The work is necessary in preparation for the Walnut Street Pedestrian and Traffic Improvements Project, a 2012 Cary Community Investment Bonds project set to begin construction this summer. For more, search “Walnut Street Pedestrian” at http://www.townofcary.org or call (919) 380-4104.

    To receive notice of traffic implications, citizens may sign-up to receive traffic alerts straight to their inbox by clicking on the green envelope on the Town’s homepage, http://www.townofcary.org. View a map of roads in Cary by ownership, and for real-time traffic updates, visit wink.townofcary.org and follow the Town of Cary on Twitter @TOC_Traffic.

    PRIMARY CONTACTS:

    Bob Shultes, Project Engineer, (919) 380-4104
    Deanna Boone, Deputy Public Information Officer, (919) 462-3908
    Susan Moran, Public Information Director, (919) 380-4240  


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