News of Madison Valley

Madison Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Study

APRIL 17, 2015 | LINDY WISHARD

For the past nine months, SDOT has been studying the feasibility of a BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) from the waterfront to Madison Valley.

Two public meetings to review the results of the study are coming in May.

May 5, 3-4:30 PM
Miller Community Center
330 19th Ave E, Seattle

This briefing will focus on the Capitol Hill and Central Area segments of the Madison Corridor. 

The purpose of the briefing is to:

• Review conceptual design options, including routing, terminals, and station locations.

• Share the results of the technical analysis, including key performance measures like travel time, ridership, impacts to auto travel and parking, and pedestrian, bicycle, and public realm opportunities. 

Discuss benefits and trade-offs and seek your input on priority elements for the project. 

 

May 6, 5-7:00 PM
Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences
Jaffe Room
1432 15
th Ave, Seattle
Enter off 15th Ave, South of Pike Street

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

 

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

http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/madisonbrt.htm

 

Topics: Transportation