About OTF



Our Transit Future studies and plans for enhanced transit investments in the Triangle Region. Housed in GoTriangle, providers of regional bus and paratransit service and alternative commuting programs, we work with other transportation providers, municipal governments, state and federal agencies and other transportation planning organizations to bring the Triangle’s Transit Future to life!

Key Transit Players

Today in the Triangle, commuters have access to comprehensive public bus service systems.  Each municipality and a few universities provide mass transit on a daily basis and additional circulator buses for special events (for example, games and fairs) while GoTriangle provides regional service, connecting communities to work centers and the airport.

GoTriangle (Regional Transit Service)  GoSmart (information on bus, bike, and alternative modes)

Wake County  GoRaleigh, Wolfline (NCSU)     Cary C-Tran

Orange County    Chapel Hill Transit     Orange County Public Transportation

Durham County GoDurham    Duke Transit

Organization of this website

  • You can use the navigation bar on the right on this page and other pages to navigate between the six sections (About OTF, What’s New, Projects, Multimedia Library, Information Just for You, and Get Involved).
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Organization of your search results

  • This website uses individual posts to display news articles or posts (e.g., various documents – maps, forms, reports, and fact sheets – about a single topic) in reverse chronological order so the most recent material is at the top of the page.  To find important but older materials, go to the bottom of the page and click on the arrow to see more.