These actions follow GoDurham’s announcement Friday that, also effective Monday, it will suspend service after 9:30 p.m. as the agency strives to lessen risks posed by the coronavirus, or COVID-19
Effective Monday, March 23, GoDurham plans to continue running its normal routes and daytime schedules but will end all service at 9:30 p.m.
To ensure the safety of our staff members and passengers, GoDurham is closely monitoring updates and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health departments
March is telework month, and GoTriangle has all of the information a business needs to develop and improve options to allow employees to work from home.
After successful testing that began Monday, the new East Durham Connect pilot program is ready for residents to start using Saturday.
After public meetings and a comment period, transit planners have added even more improvements to a list of GoDurham service changes proposed in August and set to be implemented Jan. 25.
So many more buses going more places more often just one way the Wake Transit Plan is improving mobility for everyone.