Raleigh Transportation: Accident Resource Guide




Transportation Services in Raleigh

If your vehicle requires repairs or is declared a total loss after your Raleigh car accident, you may not have a way to travel to medical appointments, work, and other places you may go to on a daily basis. We have compiled a list of public and private transportation options in Raleigh, North Carolina, that may be able to assist you after your motor vehicle collision. If you pay out-of-pocket for transportation, the at-fault insurance company may consider reimbursing those costs, so it is important to save all receipts from your travel.

Depending on where you live in Raleigh, you may be able to utilize the bus system, could travel by taxi or Uber, or might even try biking Raleigh.

Raleigh Buses

GoRaleigh Transit
Information: Riders can purchase day, week or month-long passes, or may pay cash each time they ride the bus. Discounts are available for persons with disabilities and teenagers. Children ride free.
Station: 222 West Hargett St, Transit Office, Ste 400, Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone: (919) 996-3030

GoTriangle
Information: See website for information on bus routes and schedules and to buy passes.  One way fares are $2.25 and discounted fares are available for certain groups. GoTriangle helps you access the Greater Triangle area.
Regional Transit Center: 901 Slater Rd, Durham, NC 27703
Phone: (919) 485-7433

Greyhound 
Information: Greyhound buses allow passengers to travel to and from Raleigh and across the United States. See the website for fares, routes, and schedules.
Station: 2210 Capital Blvd, Raleigh, NC 27604
Phone(919) 834-8275

Taxis in Raleigh

Taxi Taxi of Raleigh
Call or request a taxi online. Taxis are environmentally friendly.
Call: (919) 333-3333
541 Pylon Dr
Raleigh, NC 27606

Amigo Taxi
Call to book. Taxis operate 24/7.
Call: (919) 888-8888
3728 Overlook Road,
Raleigh, NC 27616

Yellow Diamond
Call or book online. Hours are 24/7 and out of town service offered.
Call: (919) 729-5040

Uber & Lyft

Download the Uber and Lyft apps on your smartphone to request a ride from a driver near you in Raleigh. Rates vary by length of trip, location, and the number of requests at that time in your local area. Every driver has had a background check to ensure safety of passengers. For easy payment, your credit or debit card is linked to your account.

Travel by Train

Raleigh Amtrak
Check website for more information regarding rates, schedules, and accommodations available on the trains. Amtrak offers several North Carolina routes, including one across the state and one north to New York City as well as low rates between NC cities.
Station: 320 W Cabarrus St, Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone: (800) 872-7245

Biking in Raleigh

BikeRaleigh works under the City of Raleigh’s Office of Transportation Planning to promote bicycle safety and to make biking the city more comfortable for all. Check out the websites for important biking information, news, and great bike maps.

Raleigh-Durham International Airport

Information: RDU flies with nine air carriers to 47 nonstop destinations with over 400 flights per day. The airport has two terminals (only Southwest Airlines flies in and out of Terminal 1). Call for information on rental cars, hotel shuttles, park-and-pay lots, and other transportation services.

Phone(919) 840-2123
Address2400 John Brantley Blvd
Morrisville, NC 27560

Rental Cars

Enterprise in Raleigh
Multiple Locations in Raleigh
See website for phone number at each location.
Information: Drivers must be 25 or older to rent a vehicle. Rates vary – contact a Raleigh branch for more information.

Hertz in Raleigh
Multiple Locations in Raleigh
See website for phone number at each location.
Information: Driver must be at least 25 years old to rent at Hertz. Special deals are available for those whose vehicles are being repaired after a car accident.

Capital Auto Rentals
Location: 2801 E Millbrook Rd, Raleigh, NC 27604
Phone: (877) 660-1721

GoRaleigh Access

GoRaleigh Access is an ADA-compliant public transportation service that offers bus service to eligible disabled and impaired individuals living in Raleigh. To apply, download the online application or call to have an application mailed to your home. The fare for a one-way trip is $2.50 and passes can be purchased online, by mail, or at the GoRaleigh Station Information Booth. See website for more details.

The GoRaleigh Access routes mirror the regular transit routes and a trip is only eligible if it begins or ends within 3/4 mile from a GoRaleigh bus stop.

Address: Raleigh Municipal Building, 222 W Hargett Street, 1st Floor, Revenue Services Lobby
Phone: (919) 996-3459


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