As a part of the new Wake County Transit Plan, GoCary has proposed a few service changes to benefit the public starting August 1, 2018. This is in concert with other transit providers in the County to ensure regional mobility for all.

The proposed GoCary changes would extend services on Sunday (all Fixed Route and Paratransit), as well as increase midday frequencies for Routes 3, 4, 5 & 6, M-Sat. These changes would be funded by new revenues from the one-half cent sales tax approved last November by voters in Wake County.

The Wake County FY 2018 (July 2017- August 2018) Draft Work Plan outlines complementary proposed improvements to the GoCary, GoRaleigh, GoTriangle, and WakeTRACS systems that can be made beginning in 2017 without needing new buses. For more information about the Wake County Transit Strategy, visit Wake Transit.

 

GoCary Mission Statement: To provide clean, safe, reliable and efficient transit service to the community by being responsive to changing needs and focusing on customer service as our highest priority. To date, GoCary has provided 2,444,829 million passenger trips for citizens and visitors of Cary since its inception in 2001.

Town of Cary
Transportation & Facilities Department/Transit Division

GoCary System Operations Management 

Adam Howell
Transit Planner
Town of Cary
(919) 469-4080
adam.howell@townofcary.org
Fixed Route Service, Demand Response Technologies, Data Analysis, Route Planning, Transit Amenities, and Citizen's Feedback.

Ana Orlowsky
Transit Marketing Specialist
Town of Cary
(919) 469-4086
ana.orlowsky@townofcary.org                                                                                                              Community Outreach Plans, Disabilities Approval Eligibility (A.D.A.), Transportation Demand Management Programs (TDM), 49 C.F.R. Part 26 Federal Compliance Program D.B.E. Program, and Citizen's Feedback.

Christine Sondej
Transit Planner (Grants & Special Projects)
Town of Cary
(919) 380-2134
christine.sondej@townofcary.org
Transit Capital Projects

Vacant
Transit Services Administrator
Town of Cary
GoCary System Management and Administration

 

OTHER CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Cary Senior Center Registration 
120 Maury O'Dell Pl
Cary, NC 27513
(919) 469 4081

      Contact DBE Liaison           Town of Cary, Ana Orlowsky
GoTransit Regional Information Website (Regional Trip Planner)
Trip Reservations for Registered Passengers (919) 481-2020 ext. 3 or email D2D@mvtransit.com
Job Opportunities for Transit Operators (Apply in Person)
1107 Trinity Road
Raleigh, NC 27607

GoCary Mission Statement: To provide clean, safe, reliable and efficient transit service to the community by being responsive to changing needs and focusing on customer service as our highest priority.

GoCary began in August 2001 as a transportation service for Cary citizens who were senior citizens (age 60 or older) or those with disabilities. It eventually transformed to a full-pledged general fixed route transit system in December 2005, while still providing Door to Door services to senior citizens and people with disabilities. To date, GoCary has provided 2,444,829 million passenger trips for citizens and visitors of Cary since its inception in 2001.

GoCary Mission Statement: To provide clean, safe, reliable and efficient transit service to the community by being responsive to changing needs and focusing on customer service as our highest priority.

GoCary began in August 2001 as a transportation service for Cary citizens who were senior citizens (age 60 or older) or those with disabilities. It eventually transformed to a full-pledged general fixed route transit system in December 2005, while still providing Door to Door services to senior citizens and people with disabilities. To date, GoCary has provided 2,444,829 million passenger trips for citizens and visitors of Cary since its inception in 2001.