Transit is for everyone! Riders with a disability that prevents them from using the fixed route bus service may qualify for GoDurham ACCESS, the City's paratransit service. Click to learn about eligibility, fare, and more.
Requests for Information in Accessible Format
Information (schedules, maps, etc.) in accessible formats may be obtained by calling the GoTransit Regional Transit Information Center at 919-485-RIDE (7433). If you are hearing- or speech-impaired and you use TDD, call the North Carolina Relay: 800-735-2962. If you would like to use TTY, please dial 711. With either service, request to be connected to GoTriangle at (919) 485-RIDE (7433).
GoRaleigh, the City’s transit system, is increasing some bus services starting on Sunday, August 6. These changes are a result of new revenues from the one-half cent sales tax approved last November by voters in Wake County.
Here’s a look at improvements already made using the half-cent transit tax that Orange County voters approved in 2012 and at upcoming projects.
GoDurham’s “Books on the Bus” campaign starts July 10. Donate a book at the July 18 Durham Bulls game and enjoy a BOGO deal.