Raleigh continues to grow and as the area grows, so does the population. With the growth of the population and homes comes traffic. I-540 has helped decrease traffic congestion on the western side of the county taking traffic off of a congested Hwy55. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for the eastern side of the county for commuters coming from the south. As of January 12th, express bus service is now being offered from Fuquay Varina into downtown Raleigh at Moore Square. The Park & Ride lots in Fuquay-Varina are located behind the Community Center at South Park and the Food Lion at the Hilltop Crossings Shopping Center on U.S. 401.
Morning trips will be running into downtown Raleigh and will be leaving South Park every 30 minutes starting at 6:05 am. The last morning run will leave out of Fuquay at 8:35am. If you are counting, that is 6 trips in the morning. The same will occur in the evenings with runs heading out of Raleigh (Moore Square) starting at 3:25pm and trips leaving every 30 minutes until the last departure at 5:55pm. A one way trip will cost $3.00 and is expected to take 45 minutes. **state employees can ride free** A lot cheaper than it would cost you in gas to drive into town and no parking fees!!
For more information on this service or anything related to the town of Fuquay Varina, check out the town website at http://www.fuquay-varina.org
Author:Chad Wingler Phone: 919-323-2616 Dated: January 24th 2015 Views: 909 About Chad: Buying a new house is one of the largest steps a person makes in their life; emotionally, physically...
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