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The end product will be investment plans –lists of improvements and how much they would cost to implement– for each of the three bus line corridors that are a part of this planning process. The investment plans will address needs identified during the planning process such as pedestrian and bicycle access to transit stops, improvements to specific transit stops themselves, built road treatments that help prioritize transit, and potential recommended policy and programmatic changes that would help get more people riding the bus in these areas.
This planning process itself intends to serve as a process model that can be replicated in other corridors –even corridors in other cities– so
that they too are better able to identify and prioritize improvements that would make getting to and using the bus, a safer and more convenient option.
Each step of the planning process will be guided with input from a Technical Advisory Committee, Community Advisory Group, and broader public outreach in each corridor to especially including youth, seniors and people with disabilities, people with limited English proficiency, and communities of color. This planning process started in the fall of 2015 and has been extended from summer 2016 to fall 2016.
Middle Halsey -Bus line 77
NE Halsey St from NE 47th Ave to 122nd
Outer Stark-Burnside -Bus line 20
E Burnside St from 82nd to 102nd
SE 102nd Ave from Burnside to Stark
SE Stark St from 102nd to 162nd
Airport Way -Bus line 87
NE 105th Ave from Sandy to Holman
NE Holman St from 105th to Airport Way
NE Airport Way from Holman to City Limits
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Community Advisory Group for the Growing Transit Communities Plan
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