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Feedback sought for Comprehensive Transportation Plan

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WAKE FOREST — Wake Forest residents have until Sunday to share their thoughts and opinions on the draft recommendations presented during the May 16 Comprehensive Transportation Plan public information meeting at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre.

Proposals were presented on roadways and roadway sections, bicycle and pedestrian networks, mass transit and several hotspot intersections, including Forestville Road and Heritage Lake Road at Rogers Road, South Main Street at Rogers Road, and South Main Street at NC 98 Bypass, among others.

Draft recommendation maps, diagrams and other visuals displayed during the May 16 meeting are available online. Area residents are invited to review the draft recommendations, then share their comments online via Engage Wake Forest at or via the online comment form at

For more information, contact Transportation Planning Manager Suzette Morales at 919-435-9510 or