Wake County commissioners and two other boards are expected to approve the $2.3 billion Wake Transit Plan this spring. It includes a 37-mile commuter rail line and new bus routes to outlying towns. Voters could see a referendum on a half-cent local sales tax on November’s ballot. Residents saw a Gillig BRT Plus bus in December, which is under consideration for use in the Triangle.
Wake County commissioners and two other boards are expected to approve the $2.3 billion Wake Transit Plan this spring. It includes a 37-mile commuter rail line and new bus routes to outlying towns. Voters could see a referendum on a half-cent local sales tax on November’s ballot. Residents saw a Gillig BRT Plus bus in December, which is under consideration for use in the Triangle. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Wake County commissioners and two other boards are expected to approve the $2.3 billion Wake Transit Plan this spring. It includes a 37-mile commuter rail line and new bus routes to outlying towns. Voters could see a referendum on a half-cent local sales tax on November’s ballot. Residents saw a Gillig BRT Plus bus in December, which is under consideration for use in the Triangle. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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