Northwest Corridor Transit Study


The Northwest Corridor Transit Study was undertaken to preserve the viability of the Griffin (or northwest) corridor for future busway deployment. The project was designed to build transit ridership in the corridor, insure the viability of Union Station as the busway terminus, and insure that busway buses can be efficiently added to downtown transit traffic.

A consulting team, led by TranSystems, assisted with this project and the study was completed in May 2010.


Final Report Part 1

Existing Conditions

Proposed Transit Plan

Transit Oriented Development Guidelines

Map of Study Area

Final Report Part 2 – Union Station

Current Condition Executive Summary

Current Condition – Union Station

Final Report – Part 3


Case for Transfer Centers

Downtown Fare Free Zone

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