Transportation Planning


ShiftKnightdale: Comprehensive Transportation Plan Update

An update to the Town’s multi-modal comprehensive transportation plan is underway. It is anticipated to be an 12-month planning process that will include extensive public engagement. The plan will be studying not only future road improvements, but also pedestrian, bicycle, transit and other modes of transportation.  Visit the ShiftKnightdale project website for more information. 

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GoRaleigh bus route #33 serves the Town of Knightdale. The route operates hourly between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The route connects the Town of Knightdale to the City of Raleigh primarily via Knightdale Boulevard with deviations to downtown Knighdale and other community destinations. For more information on the route location, bus stops and fares, please visit the GoRaleigh website for route 33.



Public and private trails exist throughout the Town of Knightdale. Some trails are internal to residential neighborhood subdivisions while others are part of the regional trail network vision. The Mingo Creek Greenway is the primary regional greenway in the Town of Knightdale. The Mingo Creek Greenway runs for approximately 3.5 miles between the Neuse River Greenway to the west and Mingo Creek Park in the east. The Town of Knightdale will begin construction in 2022 on an extension of the Mingo Creek Greenway from Mingo Creek Park to Knightdale Station Park. For a map of the existing Mingo Creek Greenway, please visit the Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Programs Department website.


Regional Transportation Planning

The Town of Knightdale participates in federally mandated regional transportation planning as a member of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO). CAMPO works with NCDOT, transit operators and local governments in the Raleigh Urbanized Area to conduct short and long range regional transportation planning for the region. For more information on regional transportation planning, please visit CAMPO’s website.