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Intercity Bus Information
Intercity bus services are fixed-route, scheduled services that provide transportation between cities and towns in N.C., as well as connections to the national intercity bus system.
Best Practices Policies and Procedures
We have set up this link on the PTD website for all grantees to access the Best Practices - Model Policy/Procedure Templates to assist you in closing open findings.
Recently adopted final Community Transportation Service Plans.
Locally Coordinated Plans
Please note, some counties are included on multiple Locally Coordinated Plans.
Travelers' Aid Programs
Provides intercity bus and train tickets for homeless, stranded or indigent travelers.
NCDOT's Public Transportation Division was created in 1974 by the N.C. General Assembly to foster the development of intercity, urban and rural (now referred to as "community") public transportation in North Carolina. In an effort to enrich transit services offered to North Carolina citizens we perform the following functions:
Urban and intercity buses are easily recognizable, but many citizens are unaware that public transportation services are available in most of the state’s rural areas, as well. For more information on these transportation systems, click here.
North Carolina's community, regional community, urban and regional urban transportation systems serve more than 62 million passengers each year. Since the fall of 2007 when it was initiated, Charlotte’s light rail system has served an additional 2 million passengers annually. Along with intercity bus, rail, air and ferry service, transportation systems operating in urban and community settings take North Carolinians where they want to go. Economical and environmentally friendly public transportation is here to serve, connecting people and places in North Carolina.