Durham-Wake Corridor



The Durham-Wake Commuter Rail Transit Project is a proposed commuter rail line that  follows the North Carolina Railroad Company corridor from the Duke Medical Center in Durham, through the Research Triangle Park, Cary, NC State, Downtown Raleigh and Garner.

The corridor is 37 miles with 12 proposed stations. This corridor serves as the backbone of the regional transit system, connecting the proposed Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Projects with the improved transit services identified in the Wake County Transit Plan.

Commuter trains, which are larger and faster than light-rail vehicles, would connect students, employees, and residents with our region’s largest population and employment centers.

Wake County residents will be voting on a one-half-cent sales tax referendum on November 8, 2016 to fund the projects identified in the Wake County Transit Plan, including the commuter rail project.

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