Transit Options

Several options are available to commuters traveling in and around the Raleigh area during the Fortify project.

Public Transportation Options

Commuter Transit Options

Fortify partners, GoTriangle (formerly Triangle Transit) and GoRaleigh (formerly Capital Area Transit), offer expanded public transportation options:

  • Daily express bus service between downtown Raleigh and the following areas:
    • Johnston County (JCX)
    • Fuquay-Varina (FRX)
    • Cary (300X)
    • South Cary (CTX)
    • Clayton (CLX)
  • Designated park-and-ride lots for public transit commuters
  • Additional vanpool service from Johnston County
  • Bus on Shoulder System (BOSS) on I-40 from Raleigh to N.C. 42 (Exit 312)
  • Eligible state employees who work in Wake County may now get a GoPass to use until the Fortify Project is complete.

Visit for more information as well as personalized assistance on what transit options best meet your needs.

Share the Ride

Share the Ride NC

If the bus or train doesn’t work for you, carpools and vanpools are a great way to save money and time, and provides opportunities to socialize.

Share the Ride NC has all the information you need to start a carpool or find existing carpools along your route.

Several Vanpool services are available all over the Triangle. Visit Share the Ride NC to find the best vanpool option for you.

Emergency Ride Home
Worried about emergencies? Sign up for the Emergency Ride Home program.

Ride the Train

Commuter Transit Options

Traveling outside of the Triangle? Why not avoid the interstate and ride the rails! North Carolina’s Amtrak offers multiple trips between Raleigh, the Triad and Charlotte every day.

Booking your ticket is quick and easy. Just visit NCDOT’s for schedules, fares and discounts.

The Benefits of Taking Transit

  • Making the most of your time. By riding in the backseat instead of the driver’s seat, you can do work, catch up on your email or finally order that belated birthday gift you’ve been meaning to buy.
  • Better health. Taking public transit not only relieves stress, but studies show transit riders on average get roughly 19 minutes of additional physical activity a day just by walking to stops and destinations.
  • Saving money. You won’t have to fill up your car’s gas tank as often. That means more money in your pocket for something more exciting than idling on the interstate.