October Policy Advisory Committee meeting, what we heard in the station survey

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October 2, 2020

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Policy Advisory Committee to meet October 8

The Policy Advisory Committee will meet on October 8 at 2:30 p.m. on Zoom. Members of the public are welcome to register to attend the virtual meeting, which includes a public comment period, here. This registration form will be available through the end of the meeting.

Agenda for the October 8 Policy Advisory Committee meeting (PDF).

Community shares input on station access and design

Diagram of a BRT station

Example BRT station concept (source: Metro Transit)

This summer, the Rush Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project reached a new milestone with project design plans 15% completed. To inform the ongoing design of the Rush Line BRT, we asked community members to complete a survey about how they prefer to access transit and what their priorities are for station amenities and the boarding experience. 

The survey received 471 responses from residents of all communities along the Rush Line BRT route. Key topics of interest included personal safety, pedestrian safety, landscaping, bicycle access and parking options.

For more details on what we heard, you can read a summary of the survey results here (PDF).

Unemployment Insurance now accepted as certification for $1 ride program

$1 rides for people collecting Unemployment Insurance

(Source: Metro Transit)

Unemployed? Now you can sign up for $1 rides with Metro Transit's Transit Assistance Program (TAP). See Metro Transit's website for details and the online application.