Wake Transit Public Engagement Opportunities

By RCH | Jan 30, 2024

The Go Forward Website includes information about current opportunities to participate in surveys, review plans, and submit comments about various projects and programs sponsored, funded, or partially funded through the Wake Transit Program. Click on the following link to view current opportunities to get involved with Wake Transit: https://www.goforwardnc.org/wake-county/get-involved/

Curious about the overall progress of Wake Transit program and project initiatives? Wake Transit is committed to working toward improved and expanded public transportation options and opportunities. Check out the Wake Transit Performance Tracker for progress updates. https://waketransittracker.com/

The Wake Transit Plan is guided by the Four Big Moves, which are designed to accomplish the following:
1) Connect the Region
2) Connect all Wake County Communities
3) Create Frequent, Reliable urban mobility
4) Enhance Access to Transit

What is TPAC?

By RCH | Jan 10, 2024

The Wake County Transit Planning Advisory Committee (TPAC) coordinates the planning and implementation of the Wake Transit Plan. The TPAC serves a structured advisory role to the governing boards that share responsibility for overseeing the Wake Transit Plan: the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (CAMPO) Executive Board; and, the GoTriangle Board of Trustees.

TPAC Subcommittees may help complete tasks in certain topic areas. There are two active subcommittees: 1) Program Development; and, 2) Community Engagement. The subcommittees may finalize draft materials from the lead agencies and workgroups after development or review. They may also vote on whether to send items to the TPAC for further consideration or action. The TPAC also appoints working groups to examine specific topics.

Voting members of the TPAC include: CAMPO, GoTriangle, Wake County, City of Raleigh, Town of Cary, Town of Apex, Town of Fuquay-Varina, Town of Garner, Town of Holly Springs, Town of Knightdale, Town of Morrisville, Town of Rolesville, Town of Wake Forest, Town of Wendell, Town of Zebulon, North Carolina State University, and the Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina.

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Input Opens on Two Amendment Requests for FY24 Q3 Wake Transit Work Plan; Public Comment period closes January 5, 2024

By RCH | Dec 11, 2023

Two (2) amendment requests of the Wake Transit Work Plan opened for a 30-day Community Review & Public Comment period on Friday, December 8, 2023. Community members are eligible and encouraged to review and submit their relevant comments for the public record by the closing deadline of Friday, January 5, 2024.

Both Wake Transit Work Plan amendment requests were submitted for consideration as part of the FY2024 Quarter 3 amendment cycle. Per the Wake Transit Amendment Policy, both amendment requests are classified as “major,” having an impact on the Wake Transit financial model and/or requiring a project scope modification.

One (1) amendment request is an operating budget request, and the other one (1) is a capital budget request. Wake Transit partners, members of the community, transit stakeholders, and other interested parties are encouraged to review the FY2024 Q3 Wake Transit Amendment Request Review Packet at the link below. The packet includes detailed information about each request. Relevant comments are accepted online at the link below.


Review Amendment Requests

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