An artist's rendering of a proposed Bus Rapid Transit, known as BRT. Unlike traditional bus systems, BRT provides faster service than other automobile traffic by running in dedicated lanes and getting special priority at traffic signals. Buses would stop at BRT stops every 15 minutes. The plan would provide 20 miles of BRT service connecting downtown Cary in the west, William Peace University in the north, WakeMed Raleigh in the east and the Tryon Road-U.S. Highway 401 intersection in the south. BRT would mostly run on Western Boulevard, Capital Boulevard, New Bern Avenue and Wilmington Street.
An artist's rendering of a proposed Bus Rapid Transit, known as BRT. Unlike traditional bus systems, BRT provides faster service than other automobile traffic by running in dedicated lanes and getting special priority at traffic signals. Buses would stop at BRT stops every 15 minutes. The plan would provide 20 miles of BRT service connecting downtown Cary in the west, William Peace University in the north, WakeMed Raleigh in the east and the Tryon Road-U.S. Highway 401 intersection in the south. BRT would mostly run on Western Boulevard, Capital Boulevard, New Bern Avenue and Wilmington Street. Wake County
An artist's rendering of a proposed Bus Rapid Transit, known as BRT. Unlike traditional bus systems, BRT provides faster service than other automobile traffic by running in dedicated lanes and getting special priority at traffic signals. Buses would stop at BRT stops every 15 minutes. The plan would provide 20 miles of BRT service connecting downtown Cary in the west, William Peace University in the north, WakeMed Raleigh in the east and the Tryon Road-U.S. Highway 401 intersection in the south. BRT would mostly run on Western Boulevard, Capital Boulevard, New Bern Avenue and Wilmington Street. Wake County

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