Madison Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Study: Design Options Open House May 6th

Weigh in on Madison Corridor BRT Designs!

For the past nine months, SDOT has been working with communities along the Madison Corridor to develop bus rapid transit (BRT) design options from the waterfront to Madison Valley. The Madison BRT project could provide neighborhoods with a faster, more reliable transit connection to key destinations, enhance walking conditions and the streetscape along Madison, and identify an alternate bike facility to be built as part of the project.

SDOT has announced an upcoming open house to review concepts, discuss the results of technical analysis, and have a community conversation about project priorities.

Wednesday May 6, 2015

5pm – 7pm, presentation at 5:30pm

Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences, Middle School Jaffe Room

1432 15th Avenue

Seattle, WA 98122

Enter off 15th Avenue, south of Pike Street

Accessible via Metro 2, 10, 11, & 12

Please join your neighbors to review design options, discuss benefits and trade-offs, and provide your input on priority elements for the project.  SDOT would like your input on:

  • BRT design options, routing, terminals, and station locations
  • Priorities for transit service and capital investments
  • Design concepts for a Central Area protected bike lane

This event is the culmination of nine months of community engagement and technical work and is a key milestone before selecting a preferred alternative.  Your input at this meeting is important to shape project decisions about the elements listed above.

If you are unable to attend, please visit the project webpage to complete a survey (available May 6) about your project preferences and priorities.

Please forward this invitation to others who may be interested.

For special accommodation or language assistance, please contact:

Sara Walton (206) 386-4645, by May 4.


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