Infrastructure

Cary is serious not just about growing, but growing smart. Dedicated planning, with budgets to back it up, means we’re geared to expand without jeopardizing our important lifestyle.

In recent years, the Town of Cary has budgeted nearly $500 million in infrastructure projects focused on maintaining Cary’s quality of life. The totals of the infrastructure project are broken down into: $159 million for transportation; $101 million for parks, recreation, and cultural resources; $10.5 million for fire stations; $87 million for sewer, and $135 million for water.

Additionally, we have invested in our technology infrastructure. From robust broadband servers to support for satellite uplinks, nearly all of Cary’s citizens have access to the Internet at home or at work — about twice the national average.

Transportation

Whether traveling by road, rail or air, Cary is conveniently located midway along the Eastern seaboard, placing us within 700 miles of 170 million consumers and 65 of the nation's top 100 metro areas.

Raleigh-Durham International Airport is just minutes away, and offers more than 450 daily arrivals and departures, serving 45 destinations such as Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, New York, Atlanta and London nonstop. Business-class trains run daily to key East Coast cities like Charlotte, Washington D.C. and New York and major interstates give quick access to other areas of the Triangle, as well as connect to the rest of the state and nation.  All of the destinations that can be reached directly from RDU are listed below.

 

  •  Atlanta
     
  •  Hartford
     
  • Philadelphia 
  •  Baltimore-Washington
     
  •  Houston-Bush
     
  •  Phoenix
  •  Boston
     
  •  Houston-Hobby
     
  •  Pittsburgh
  •  Cancun, Mexico
     
  •  Indianapolis
     
  •  Punta Gorda
  •  Charlotte
     
  •  Las Vegas
     
  •  San Francisco
  •  Chicago-Midway
     
  •  London-Heathrow, UK
     
  •  Seattle
  •  Chicago-O'Hare
     
  •  Los Angeles
     
  •  St. Louis
  •  Cincinatti
     
  •  Miami
     
  •  St. Pete-Clearwater
  •  Cleveland
     
  •  Minneapolis
     
  •  Tampa
  •  Columbus
     
  •  Nashville
     
  •  Toronto-Pearson, Can.
  •  Dallas-Fort Worth
     
  •  Newark
     
  •  Trenton
  •  Dallas-Love Field
     
  •  New York-Kennedy
     
  •  Washington-Dulles
  •  Denver
     
  •  New York-LaGuardia
     
  •  Washington-Reagan
  •  Detroit
     
  •  Orlando-International
       
  •  Ft. Lauderdale
     
  •  Orlando-Sanford
       

RESOURCES

Public Works

Utilities 

Planning Department

Duke Energy Progress

PSNC Energy

Regional Transportation Alliance

RDU International Airport

Amtrak

GoTriangle
WATER SERVICE

40 million gallons
Treatment capacity per day

27 million gallons
Peak daily demand


SEWER SERVICE


29.8 million gallons
Current capacity per day

17.4 million gallons
Peak daily demand