The Wake County Board of Commissioners are in on the recommended transit plan for the county and they want voters to approve a tax increase in order to pay for it.
This week, the vote passed and on the November 8 ballot, we’ll have an opportunity to approve or not a 1/2 cent sales tax increase that will be used for transit. A similar vote has taken place, and passed, in Durham and Orange counties so now it is our turn.
You can read more at WakeTransit.com.
We’ll cover more parts of the plan here on the blog leading up to the vote as downtown Raleigh’s central location and urban nature is poised to be a hub of bus and rail activity if voters approve the tax increase.
- RalCon Supports The Wake Transit Referendum | July 18, 2022
- Municipography, Wake County Transit Plan | August 16, 2012
- 2016 Transit Tax Passes Along Proposed Bus Lines | November 9, 2016
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