|Downtown Cary Multi-Modal Transit Center Feasibility Study||
This study will evaluate proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridors into downtown Cary and potential site locations for a Downtown Multi-Modal Transit Facility.
|GoCary Bus Operations and Maintenance Facility||This facility will serve as a foundation for the growth of regional mobility options by providing more access to jobs, schools, medical facilities and more.|
|GoCary Bus Stop Improvements||The GoCary Bus Stop Improvement Project is a multi-year program which will transform the passenger experience at GoCary bus stops throughout the Town.|
|Cary Community Plan||The Cary Community Plan sets out a long-term vision, policies, and strategic actions to guide Cary's growth through 2040. The MOVE chapter includes the Transit Element.|
|Transportation Improvement Program||
A 10-year work program that includes all regionally significant transportation projects in the MPO planning area. All projects in the TIP must be consistent with the adopted Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Projects are programmed through the State's competitive SPOT process and through CAMPO's competitive LAPP process.
|Wake County Transit Plan||In November 2016, Wake County voters approved a transit-dedicated half-cent sales tax investment to expand and better connect the public transit network throughout Wake County.|
|CAMPO||The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization serves as the coordinating agency between local governments, NCDOT, FTA, and FHWA.|
|FTA||The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) provides financial and technical assistance to local public transit systems, including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. FTA also oversees safety measures and helps develop next-generation technology research.|
|NCDOT||The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Integrated Mobility Division works to foster the development of public transportation options across the state.|
|NCPTA||The North Carolina Public Transportation Association (NCPTA) supports members and the public they serve through advocacy, education, and collaboration, to achieve excellence in public transportation.|