Learn more about the current projects happening around Apex.
Public transit is offered in Apex by two agencies, who coordinate with town staff when routes are modified or new service is proposed.
Each year, more than 2,400 pedestrians and 960 bicyclists are hit by cars on North Carolina Streets. Watch for Me NC is a comprehensive program, run by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) in partnership with local communities, aimed at reducing the number of pedestrians and bicyclists hit and injured in crashes with vehicles.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has 5 main categories covering their safety programs statewide.
The Town’s Traffic Calming Program provides a way in which residents may request traffic studies to determine if devices are warranted to reduce traffic speeds on neighborhood streets.
The Transportation Engineer often works with Police and Public Works to determine proper traffic control, where parking may or may not be appropriate and how to properly sign and stripe parking zones.
Access more information about the traffic signals located throughout the Town of Apex.
Needs are identified by town leaders and town staff, often with input from citizens concerning safety and efficiency, and may be included in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) review process each year.