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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).
In an effort to gather as much feedback as possible on two scenarios for the Short-Range Transit Plan, GoDurham has added two more opportunities to hear about plans for simplifying bus routes, improving service frequency and providing better access to popular destinations.
Instead of circling, circling, circling the parking lots of area stores this holiday season, get on with the shopping, shopping, shopping by taking transit to your favorite gift-buying destinations.
Based on public comments, GoDurham service planners have created two scenarios for simplifying bus routes, improving service frequency and providing better access to popular destinations, and now they again seek public input before finalizing the specifics of Durham’s latest Short-Range Transit Plan.