In an effort to provide our customers and the public with the most effective transportation service possible, Wave Transit is revising its fixed route and Dial-A-Ride Transportation in July 2022.

Anticipated changes include, replacement of Route 207 North and Route 301 Pleasure Island with a new, on-demand service option, RideMICRO;  consolidation of Route 103 Oleander East, Route 106 Shipyard Blvd., Route 202 Oleander West, and Route 205 Long Leaf Park into existing fixed routes; increased frequency on Routes 107 College Rd., Route 108 Market St., and Route 201 Carolina Beach Rd. weekdays, and a shift in weekend hours to better align with demand.

 
Planning efforts are underway and we are looking to customers, stakeholders, and community members for feedback. Comments can be submitted online through this form, or in-person at Forden Station and Padgett Station. Additional opportunities to provide comment and maps of the draft service network will be available in the coming months. More information will be made available shortly on wavetransit.com.

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* 1. Please provide your name

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* 2. Please provide either your phone number or email address.

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* 3. Please provide comment on your transportation needs and high priorities.

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* 4. Please tell us how your travel patterns have changed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Examples of travel pattern changes might include transitioning to remote work, moving to more affordable housing, etc.

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* 5. 'Microtransit' is a shared ride, on-demand public transportation offering that offers more flexibility than a traditional fixed bus route. Many public transportation providers across the nation have established or are exploring Microtransit pilot projects.

Would you consider using a flexible, on-demand service from Wave Transit? Why or why not?

Thank you for your feedback.
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