GoTriangle will suspend all fare collections and ask all riders who are able to enter and exit through the rear doors of buses in an effort to support social distancing and reduce contact with frequently touched surfaces. GoTriangle ACCESS rides also will be free
GoTriangle’s Board of Trustees voted today to hire Charles E. Lattuca, executive director of Transit Development and Delivery for the Maryland Department of Transportation, as president and CEO of GoTriangle.
Full-time lawyer and part-time customer information specialist. It’s a combination that Steven Forbes thrives on. The flexible hours GoTriangle offers in many departments allow many employees like Forbes to achieve more, follow their passion and shape their future.
To help remove transportation as a barrier to education, GoTriangle and Wake Tech Community College have signed an agreement to offer a GoPass to all Wake Tech students and employees, allowing them to ride free on any public transit route in the Triangle.
Early studies needed to understand whether the commuter rail project that Wake and Durham counties have included in their transit plans would be feasible show that two route scenarios of the eight studied likely would qualify for the federal funding needed to complete the project.