Rendering of a BRT Station with dedicated bus lane

Wake BRT Virtual Open House Events

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April 2021 Virtual Open House November 2020 Virtual Open House

In the interest of public safety, Wake Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) meetings are now in a virtual format. On this page, you will have access to the same information you would during an in-person meeting.

The purpose of each Virtual Open House is to: 

  • Provide an overview of the BRT program 
  • Provide project-specific updates
  • Gather public and stakeholder feedback

Explore the materials and information shared during each meeting. We appreciate your feedback and engagement!

April 2021 Virtual Open House

Visit the Spring Virtual Open House. The virtual open house was held April 26 through May 21, 2021.

The purpose of this open house was to provide an overview of the BRT program, gather public feedback, and provide specific project updates. Video updates were shared on every BRT project and related planning studies. Please visit the virtual open house portal to view surveys and live Q&A sessions.

Project staff hosted three live virtual Q&A sessions. Each session focused on a specific corridor as well as station design, branding and art.

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November 2020 Virtual Open House

The first Virtual Open House was held November 2020. Video updates were shared on every BRT project, including station design and branding. During the November Virtual Open House, two surveys collected feedback on Station Design and Public Art on New Bern.

A Live Q&A session was held on Nov. 19 for project staff to answer the public’s questions.



Mila Vega
Wake BRT: Planning & Design
Wake BRT: Western Boulevard

Jason Hardin
Raleigh BRT: EDAT
Station Area Planning: New Bern

Sean Driskill
Wake BRT: New Bern Final Design

Het Patel
Wake BRT: Southern Corridor

Kelley McChesney
Artist in Residence Program

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