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Bus Maps & Schedules

Pair posted schedule information with ongoing COVID-19-related service alerts and short-term alerts!

Find the ongoing COVID-19 service alert here

As METRO navigates the coronavirus pandemic, transit service has been and continues to be affected daily. Because of a need to re-allocate resources, some routes were temporarily suspended and later permanently removed, and yet they still appear on the system map; some temporary microtransit zones don’t appear on the map yet. Because of ongoing pandemic-related staff absences, transit schedules have been adjusted, particularly on weekends, and some regularly scheduled trips/operating hours throughout the week are on short-term and/or pop-up cancellations or detours. To get the most accurate information, check regular maps and schedules first, then click here to find all of the active, ongoing service alert information tied to that route or zone; then look for short-term service alerts that may also be in effect, which can always be found at the top of this page, in the red bar. Your patience is appreciated as we continue adjusting service in response to the pandemic. The goal is to keep essential public transit service in operation while protecting public health.

Ride for the Rewards

METRO Local operates 15 fixed routes throughout Pulaski County seven days a week, except for New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. METRO Local is a safe, affordable way to make the most of your commute and feel good about your transportation choices. View the Fares & Passes information for related costs, use the system map below and our free Google Transit trip planner to plan your route, and download our METROtrack app for real-time bus tracking and arrival information.

Inclement Weather

When inclement weather prevents normal operations, Rock Region METRO will make a “snow route” alert announcement through our website news, Facebook and Twitter accounts and METROtrack mobile app. Click here for a list of snow routes.

System Maps

Download the PDFs below for a system-wide overview of all routes. Or, use our home page Trip Planner tool to figure out where and when to get to your destination from your starting point. For the best way to view multiple live routes at once, click on your route below to view that live route alone, or visit our third-party real-time arrival information website, rrmetrotrack.org, to view up to three live routes simultaneously. (You’ll want to return to rrmetro.org to get all other relevant METRO information, such as schedules, stop tables, news and more.)

Is Your Printed Schedule or System Map Current?

Printed system maps and schedules are only useful if they reflect the current routes and schedules. Are you living in the past? Use the list below to determine whether your map or brochure needs replacing!

Map NameCurrent Date (on front of the brochure)
System Map0220
Route 10419
Route 20419
Route 30419
Route 40419
Route 50419
Route 61016
Route 80419
Route 100419
Route 110419
Route 130419
Route 140419
Route 160419
Route 180419
Route 220220
Route 231017

Text-Only Real-Time Arrival Information for Screen Readers

If you are using a screen reader to access information from the METROtrack real-time arrival information system, visit rrmetrotrack.org and select Text Only to find real-time arrival information without extra images and coding.

Sours: https://rrmetro.org/services/local/maps-schedules/

Bus Routes and Schedules


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Come ride with us! Below is some useful information to help you find your bus route and schedule. 

For help finding the right route, use the Plan Your Trip tool on GoRaleigh.org. New to riding the bus? The GoRaleigh Ride Guide provides information on how to ride the bus.

Please note: GoRaleigh will NOT be providing park and ride shuttles to the 2021 N.C. State Fair (October 14 -24)

Bus Routes

Click on your route below to view its schedule.

Holidays:

There are certain holidays when GoRaleigh doesn't operate or runs reduced service* so staff members can spend time with family and friends. Please check your route's schedule to see what trips may be affected. 

  • New Year’s Day: Sunday level service, last departures during the 10 p.m. hour
  • MLK: Sunday level service, last departures during the 10 p.m. hour
  • Memorial Day: Sunday level service, last departures during the 10 p.m. hour
  • July 4: Sunday level service, last departures during the 10 p.m. hour
  • Labor Day: Sunday level service, last departures during the 10 p.m. hour
  • Thanksgiving: No service
  • Christmas Eve: Last departures during the 7 p.m. hour.
  • Christmas Day: No service

*Reduced Service means GoRaleigh routes will use the Sunday schedule. Bus routes that only have weekday hours will not be in service.

R-Line and Commuter Express Routes

R-Line Free Downtown Circulator

Please note: R-Line service is currently suspended. The R-Line with return to service when certain metrics are met. Read more on GoRaleigh.

The R-Line is Downtown Raleigh's free bus route. It connects employees, residents and visitors to retail, restaurants, entertainment venues and parking in the Central Business District.

The R-Line runs approximately every 15 minutes and is served by 2 buses.

Commuter Express Routes

Fuquay-Varina Express [FRX] Schedule/Map

  • F-V South Park, Park and Ride
  • Hilltop Needmore Food Lion, Park and Ride
  • Downtown Raleigh

Wake Forest Express (WRX) Monday-Friday | Schedule/Map

  • Wake Forest Park and Ride (White St at Elm Ave)
  • Triangle Town Center Mall (Park and Ride)
  • State Government (peak service only)
  • GoRaleigh Station (peak service only)

Zebulon/Wendell Express Monday-Friday | Schedule/Map

  • Zebulon Park-and-Ride (Compare Foods)
  • Wendell Park-and-Ride (E 4th St & Oakwood Ave)
  • Wake Med Hospital
  • State Government
  • GoRaleigh Station

Other Services

Amtrak Service

*Learn more about the NC By Train transit pass. It is available from your train conductor when you reach your final destination.

Greyhound Bus Station Service | Route 1- Capital

Reasonable Modification / Accommodation Policy

The Federal Department of Transportation has recently revised the rules for the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The revised rules provide for public transit organizations to make reasonable modifications and accommodations to policies, practices and procedures to avoid discrimination and to ensure accessibility to individuals with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities may request that GoRaleigh make reasonable accommodations in order to fully use transit services. All requests should be made by submitting a Reasonable Accommodation Request verbally or in writing.

To obtain a form or to file a request verbally please call 919-996-4087. Mailed requests should go to:

City of Raleigh
Attn: Transit Program
PO Box 590
Raleigh, NC 27602

Lost and/or Found an Item?

If you have found an item on the bus please give it to your driver. Did you leave an item on the bus? It may be in our lost and found.

Fill out the GoRaleigh - Lost & Found Request.

Items may be picked up from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday at:
GoRaleigh Operations Office
4104 Poole Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27610

Sours: https://raleighnc.gov/services/content/PWksTransit/Articles/BusRoutes.html
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For more information on how we are handling COVID-19, please visit the COVID-19 Response page

Roll through the tabs to find static and real time maps, containing information to help you find the most convenient path to your destination. Apple and Andriod users can also download the free TransLoc app, and take route information with them on the go.

If you are traveling throughout North Dakota, the Bismarck-Mandan Transit Center is also home to a Jefferson Lines bus depot that can help you easily get to the east or western part of the state. Buses traveling east out of Bismarck can connect you to Fargo via Interstate 94, while the bus traveling west travels to Dickinson, before reaching Billings, Mont. Bis-Man Transit's paratransit system is a curb-to-curb demand service for individuals with disabilities, as well as seniors over the age of 70.

Bis-Man Transit will consider every request for reasonable modification from individuals with disabilities. Language assistance for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP) is available free of charge. To request a reasonable modification or language assistance, contact our office at (701)258-6817, on our website by clicking here, or in writing at:

Bis-Man Transit
3750 E Rosser Ave.
Bismarck, ND 58501

Sours: https://bismantransit.com/home
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