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As we go forward with our community investment in transit, plans for building Wake County’s first bus rapid transit corridors and vastly expanding its bus network have been rolling along, and now it’s time for the public to get a peek and offer opinions on routes and priorities.At four upcoming drop-in meetings and numerous other community events, GoTriangle, GoRaleigh and GoCary team members will be displaying plans for four bus rapid transit corridors and maps of what the bus network might look like by 2021, 2024 and 2027. The meetings are part of a two-phase outreach effort that will include taking feedback on these proposals, revising them and then giving the public another chance to weigh in this summer.Until now, the bus network plan has been largely conceptual, so this is an opportunity for the community to influence exactly how the routes will roll out over the next several years. Can’t make it to a meeting? View the plans and take a survey at publicinput.com/waketransit.To see and weigh in on the plans, drop in between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. at any of these locations:· April 30, Town Hall (2nd Floor), 900 Seventh Ave., Garner.· May 3, GoRaleigh Operations Center, 4104 Poole Road, Raleigh.· May 14, WakeMed Andrews Conference Center, 3024 New Bern Ave, Raleigh.· May 15, Cary Arts Center (Paul Cooper Room), 101 Dry Ave., Cary.Transit agency representatives also will be popping up at community events and transit stations to talk about the plans. Look for them at events such as PeakFest in Apex, Six Sundays in Spring in Wake Forest, Artsplosure in Raleigh, Ritmo Latino in Cary, SpringFest in Morrisville and Foodtruck Thursday in Knightdale. Forward will be at the FM2FV concert on May 10.
GoSee a more detailed list: http://goforwardnc.org/wake/get-involved/
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