With several Triangle area filling stations out of gasoline, the Moving Wake County Forward campaign reminds people that there are several transit options available right now, and that our growing region will have far more options in future years – if voters approve the Wake public transportation referendum this fall.
Going forward, a successful fall referendum vote on public transportation will provide travelers with significantly increased public transit options in Wake County.
RALEIGH — Business, elected, and community leaders formally launched the “Moving Wake County Forward” campaign today at Shaw University to highlight the broad-based, bipartisan support for the passage of the fall 2016 referendum on funding the Wake County Transit Plan. Over 55 organizations, businesses and education institutions have endorsed the plan and the campaign.
RALEIGH — Business, elected, and community leaders will gather at Shaw University on September 8 at 10 a.m. to formally launch a campaign supporting the passage of the fall 2016 referendum that will fund the approved, bipartisan Wake County Transit Plan. A press conference will be held in the Shaw University President’s Conference Room, Estey Hall.
WHO: Moving Wake County Forward Campaign
WHAT: Business, elected, and community leaders will gather for a press conference at Shaw University to officially kick off a campaign supporting the upcoming referendum to fund the approved, bipartisan Wake County Transit Plan.