Transit Announcements

Last updated Jan. 19, 2018 - 2:07 pm

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I/B- Inbound
E/B- Eastbound
W/B- Westbound
- GoRaleigh Station
RCC- Raleigh Convention Center

GoRaleigh Service Information During Adverse Weather

Friday, Jan. 19

GoRaleigh’s regular bus service is to begin at 8:00 a.m. with detours as needed.

Bus stop safety tips:
- Dress warm.
- If your street isn’t busy with traffic, walk to a stop on a busy street.
- If your bus stop is in the middle of a hill, walk to the bottom or top where the operator can safely stop.
- Stand back from the curb until the bus comes to a complete stop. Buses can slide in slippery conditions.
- Board as safely as you can.

For the latest detours and service information visit our service alerts page or call 919-485-RIDE (7433).

Detours: Hillsborough St. Construction | Tuesday, Oct. 10 - until further notice

Street Closure – Dixie Trail, between Hillsborough St. and Everett Ave., will be closed for construction work until further notice.

#4 – Rex Hospital
O/B – From Hillsborough St., RIGHT on Brooks Ave., LEFT on Kilgore Ave., RIGHT on Dixie Trail, resume route.
I/B – From Dixie Trail, LEFT on Bedford Ave., RIGHT on Brooks Ave., LEFT on Hillsborough St., resume route.

Missed Stops –

#4 – Rex Hospital
O/B – 8242.
I/B – 8272.

GoRaleigh Service Changes | Effective August 6, 2017

Service Changes Effective Sunday, August 6

Sunday Service

Sunday Service increases to same levels as Saturday service on all GoRaleigh routes with the following exceptions:

  • No departures at or after 11 p.m. on Sundays
  • R-Line hours remain unchanged (1 p.m. - 8 p.m.)

Route 7

Route 7 South Saunders: Monday-Friday will receive additional trips mid-day and operate every 15 minutes.

Route 31

Route 31 New Hope Commons is removed from service on Sunday. It is replaced with Sunday service on Route 3 Glascock, 10 Longview and 15L Trawick.

Detours: Construction on Route 10 Longview | Booker Rd | Aug. 1 until further notice

Closure – Booker Road from Hill St. to Milburnie Road will be closed for demolition work on Washington Terrace, beginning Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017 until further notice.

#10 – Longview
O/B – From Hill St., continue to Milburnie Road, resume regular route. We will make 2 courtesy stops, one on Hill St. at Booker St., the other on Milburnie Road at Booker St.
I/B – Resume Normal Regular Inbound routing on Oakwood Ave., construction completed.

Missed Stops –

# 10 Longview
O/B – 8500, 8501, 8502.

Courtesy stops at Hill & Booker and Milburnie & Booker.

NCDOT 40/440 Rebuild Project "Fortify" Information

FORTIFY is not just about rebuilding a road, it’s also about fortifying a community. Enhancing the mobility of our region creates greater opportunities for our citizens – access to jobs, healthcare, education, and the people and places that make our community great. Strong partnerships and community collaboration will help reduce the impact to those who live in, work in, and pass through the capital city during construction.

Our project to fortify two of the Triangle’s busiest roads begins this week, and we want to make sure you know what to expect while construction is under way on this major roadway rebuild project and understand how to get the latest information quickly and easily.

What is Fortify?

The Fortify project involves removing and replacing an 11.5-mile stretch of I-40 and I-440 to address immediate safety concerns. The 30-year-old pavement is cracking and crumbling because of a chemical reaction, called ASR, happening in the road. The reaction is triggered by water mixing with a substance that was used in paving several decades ago.

In addition to rebuilding the road, crews will extend two miles of auxiliary lanes to help manage additional traffic. They will also rehabilitate 14 bridges within the project zone to extend their life by many years.

The entire project is scheduled to wrap in late 2017.

Impact to Drivers

More than 100,000 cars travel on the weakened sections of 40 and 440 every day, so the $130 million project is going to impact drivers significantly.

NCDOT is taking steps to minimize that impact, including making a $12 million investment in additional transit, and working with the contractor to keep three lanes open in both directions on I-40 during the majority of construction.

Tools to Keep You Informed The Fortify website, which was built by NCDOT’s Web Services Team, is your one-stop shop for all project-related information. It features maps, details on where to catch alternate transit options and links to live traffic cameras through a partnership with WRAL News. There is even a top 40 playlist of jams to help you through the traffic.

Facebook – Fortify Facebook page with updates on traffic flow and projected progress, photos and videos, and engagement in conversation with followers.

Twitter – The project Twitter feed, @FortifyNC, will offer real-time travel information any time of day or night. They're in the process of linking the Twitter feed with TIMS, so whenever an incident occurs within the project area, you’ll get an instant alert on your computer or mobile device. It’s a great way to “know before you go!”

NCDOT is committed to keeping drivers informed every step of the way throughout this massive project to fortify not just a road but the community, as well. For more information on Fortify, visit

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