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The N.C. Department of Transportation’s Public Transportation Division works to foster the development of intercity, urban and community public transportation for all North Carolinians. PTD also supports the transportation systems that have been created in North Carolina's 100 counties and to foster collaborative and regional service delivery when appropriate.
The map below illustrates that public transportation is provided to the general public in all 100 counties.
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Created in 1974 by the N.C. General Assembly, the Public Transportation Division:
The Public Transportation Division also supports public transportation systems in North Carolina's 100 counties and works closely with those that receive state and federal funding. In addition, PTD plays a key role in maintaining lower growth in congestion throughout the state and offers a safe, cost-effective, environmentally friendly transportation alternative to residents.
Governor’s Award for Public Transportation Presented to Kerr Area Transit Director (6/21/2016)
June Public Transportation Division Report (6/2/2016)
May Public Transportation Division Report (5/18/2016)
April Public Transportation Division Report (4/7/2016)
March Public Transportation Division Newsletter (3/4/2016)
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