Raleigh, NC: Transit for a Better Wake County

Posted by Infra on Thursday, February 28th, 2013

Transit for a Better Wake County from CAFT on Vimeo.

 The Capital Area Friends of Transit (CAFT) is a Wake County based alliance of over 40 local and state organizations, more than 100 civic leaders and thousands of citizens who support a plan for regional public transit in the Triangle. CAFT supports the Wake County Transit Plan as it is the final component of the regional vision for expanded, enhanced multi-modal transportation system.

CAFT believes that the Wake County Transit Plan provides a wide variety of transportation choices for Wake County supporting economic development, creating jobs, improved public health and a higher quality of life for us all. Wake will fall behind other US metro regions, as well as Durham and Orange Counties, if we do not move forward with the transit plan soon.

CAFT supports public education about transit and encourages civic engagement in promoting and developing plans for regional transit. CAFT members meet monthly, and CAFT members are invited to participate. For more information, contact: [email protected].

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