Large Bus Stop called Enhanced Tranfer Point at GoRaleigh Headquarters

Transit, Streets, and Sidewalks

Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Enhanced Transfer Point

Building Better Bus Stops

The two bus stops will feature large shelters with a distinctive design and tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., adequate seating and lighting, and useful amenities such as a USB charging station and a real-time arrival display.

Project Details

Transportation Improvements
Project Lead:
Transportation - Transit Division



David Walker
Transportation Supervisor

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Service Unit:
Public Transportation


Phase Complete

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Ramey Kemp & Associates started design on both bus stops in February 2020. Design is being done in coordination with the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department.

The Transit Division began researching shelter and amenity options shortly after design was started. Procurement of these amenities will occur prior to the Construction phase.

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Details Coming Soon

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Anticipated Complete Date: October 2020

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The Wake Transit Plan, which is supported by ½ cent sales tax passed by voters in November 2016, guides investment in public transit in Wake County. One of the four big moves of the Plan is to “Enhance Access to Transit”. This project contributes to this goal by creating a comfortable place to wait for the bus and by accommodating transfers between routes.

Enhanced transfer points were selected in the Wake Transit Plan and have been re-evaluated by the Transit Division prior to start design. 

The Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd at Rock Quarry bus stops see about 75 riders per day with current service by Routes 5 (30 minute frequency), 17 (60 minute), and 19 (15 minute). We expect usage of these stops to increase when Route 5 is improved to 15 minute frequency in FY24 and the transit network continues to grow with the Wake Transit Plan.


Date Activity
February 2020 Design Started
Date TBD Public Presentation
Date TBD Design Complete
October 2020 Construction Begins
November 2020 Project Complete

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