GoRaleigh Transit Station Renovation
- Transit (Lead)
- WSP/Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Clearscapes Architecture
- Stewart Engineering
- BREE & Associates
- Capital Project Consulting, Inc. - Project Management
- North Carolina Department of Transportation
- Federal Transit Administration
- Engineered Designs, Inc
- MA Engineering Consultants, Inc
- Susan Hatchell, Landscapes Architects
- American South General Contracting
- PHASE 1 is complete as of December 19, 2016
- PHASE 2 is complete as of May 1, 2017
Phase 2 is now complete. GoRaleigh Station is OPEN to all routes. See map here.
See live time-lapse video of the construction and renovations.
GoRaleigh Station will close on some weekends throughout the project. Please stay tuned here for specific dates. All bus routes relocate to the Martin Street area.
The walkway from Wilmington Street to the transit area is OPEN since the completion of Phase 1.
The goal is to renovate Moore Square Transit Mall, renamed GoRaleigh Station, to meet short and long term service requirements for the City of Raleigh's bus transit system.
GoRaleigh has conducted public outreach prior to and during the project:
- EVENT BOOTH inside GoRaleigh Station on Tue, Feb 9, 2016, 12-5pm
- OPEN HOUSE for surrounding businesses and residents on Tue, Feb 9, 2016, 5-7pm at Joule Coffee
- GROUNDBREAKING - Fri, Feb 19, 2016, 10am at Moore Square Transit Station
- EVENT BOOTH inside GoRaleigh Station and other locations on Tue, Mar 15, 2016, 9am-4pm
- Social Media - updates and information provided through Facebook and Twitter accounts
- Dedicated construction information phone line: 919-996-6154
- GoRaleigh Station
- Passengers boarding GoRaleigh bus in GoRaleigh Station
- GoRaleigh bus in GoRaleigh Station
GoRaleigh Station (formerly the Moore Square Transit Mall) has served The City of Raleigh's Downtown Transit Hub since 1988. Since this time the transit system has expanded considerably. GoRaleigh Station currently serves local and regional buses and facilitates connections to the R-LINE, the free downtown circulator.