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Town seeks feedback on transit service

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WAKE FOREST — Town staffers are conducting an online survey to gather feedback from residents about the town’s bus service.

Transit service began in Wake Forest in July 2008, giving residents the opportunity to ride a weekday rush-hour express from Wake Forest to downtown Raleigh and use a local circulator service that serves the town and provides access to grocery stores, shopping and other services. The two routes are the result of a partnership between the town of Wake Forest, GoTriangle, GoRaleigh and the city of Raleigh.

Both the express route and the local circulator route are operated using GoRaleigh vehicles.

The survey is available at from now through Friday, March 15 and takes less than five minutes to complete.

The questionnaire is an important element in the town’s public transit planning efforts. Officials will use the survey responses to identify ways to develop a transit system that accommodates the community’s growing needs.

For more information, contact transportation engineer Jonathan Jacobs at