What we do
The planning staff is responsible for developing and analyzing service and schedule plans, including near-future transit service alternatives, intermediate-range service plans, and long-range service concepts. They also analyze and assist in the preparation of transit schedules and fare policies and are responsible for adding and improving bus stop amenities.
If you would like to provide your feedback on any aspect of Greenway Public Transportation service, including improving current routes or suggesting new routes or stop locations, please fill out the online customer feedback form.
Current and Ongoing Projects
Community Transportation Service Plan - The CTSP Plan was approved by the WPRTA Board of Directors in September. The plan outlines key initiatives to improve the effectiveness of the Authority and its services over the next five years. This plan is required by the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
Locally Coordinated Plan
The Locally Coordinated Transportation Plan outlines the coordination of transportation service and the delivery of public transportation service in the four counties of Alexander, Burke, Caldwell and Catawba.
The Locall Coordinated Plan has two goals: The first is to respond to federal legislation requiring the development of a coordinated public transit plan in order to receive applicable federal funding to support the delivery of services for the general public, persons with disabilities, the elderly and persons of low-income status. Secondly, Western Piedmont Regional Transit Authority (WPRTA) operating as Greenway Public Transportation is interested in identifying potential strategies to enhance the delivery of service in the four-county service area. The plan is updated every four years.