Fixed Route Service
2013 Fixed Route Customer Satisfaction Survey
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2013 Encuesta de Pasajeros Cary Transit
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CALL (919) 485-RIDE (7433)
For questions about C-Tran's Fixed Route Service and Other Regional Transit Services
Thanks for your support during C-Tran’s Canned Food Drive in November. In five days, hundreds of riders donated nearly 700 pounds of food. Collections were taken to Dorcas Ministries to help our neighbors have an enjoyable holiday season. Consider taking C-Tran to get to your next meal!
The Town’s public transit service includes bus transportation along six fixed routes available for use by all citizens and visitors of Cary. Update: As of December 15, 2011, seniors age 65 or older and those 60 to 64 who are certified and possessing a C-Tran ID card can ride for free.
Cary citizens who ware disabled or at least 60 years old also have the option of registering for door-to-door service.
A fixed route service map and bus schedule show the six C-Tran fixed routes, the existing Triangle Transit Authority routes, Capital Area Transit Route 11c to NC State, transfer points from one route to another, and nearby apartment complexes, shopping areas and other likely destinations. Try the Trip Planner at Go Triangle to map your route using public transportation.
NEW! You can pinpoint the exact location of C-Tran's fixed route buses using the free GoTriangle app or texting option. Learn more.
|Hours - Buses run approximately every 60 minutes from 6 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.|
This route connects with Triangle Transit Route 311 at Hwy 55.
This route connects with Capital Area Transit (CAT) Route 11c that goes to Avent Ferry Road and NC State University.
Hours - Buses run approximately every 30 minutes from 6-9 a.m. and 3-8 p.m.; buses run every hour from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Tickets and Fare Information – See Passenger Guide.
All C-Tran fixed route buses are wheelchair accessible. Each bus has space to accommodate securing two wheelchairs. The wheelchair lift is available for those passengers with disabilities in wheelchairs or for passengers unable to use the stairs. The lift is not available for passengers to use for the sole purpose of loading large or heavy quantities of packages or groceries.
The C-Tran Rack-N-Roll Program makes riding fixed routes more convenient for bicyclists. Bike racks on each bus can accommodate two wheeled, single seat bicycles.
Tandems, tricycles and bicycles with wheels less than 16 inches in diameter are not compatible.
Regional Transit Links
Fuel Savings Calculator
Carbon Savings Calculator - Environmental Benefits
Regional Call Center at (919) 485-RIDE.
For more information about the Town of Cary's C-Tran program, contact:
Ana V. Tenorio
Transit Services Assistant
Ray S. Boylston
Transit Services Administrator