Upgrades for both GoRaleigh and GoDurham Bus Services

The two municipal bus systems serving our beloved R&D cities are receiving new upgrades.

GoRaleigh is unveiling a new Google Maps compatible extension to track its buses in real time. The feature will also update transit users on potential bus delays to create a more user-friendly travel experience. Combined with the upcoming construction of North Carolina’s first BRT corridor on New Bern Avenue, Raleigh and Wake County are poised to dramatically increase the ease and reliability of public transit in the eastern Triangle. Speaking of BRT, the Raleigh Chamber has launched a new WakeBRT website with additional resources and up-to-date information on the development of BRT in Raleigh and Wake County.

GoDurham has begun implementing QR codes at several of their bus stops to simplify feedback. Travelers can use the code to provide information on user experience elements ranging from graffiti to trash that needs collecting. Out of more than 900 stops, 108 have the QR codes with plans to add more after the initial implementation phase.

Continued investments in public transit infrastructure, service, and overall travel experience are vital to relieving congestion, removing barriers,  activating options, and creating a thriving community.


Let’s get moving,

Joe Milazzo II, PE
RTA executive director

RTA is the voice of the regional business community on transportation




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