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These projects could be developed to make transit more accessible, convenient and feasible for all travelers. Take a look and remember to Share Your Feedback.
Infrastructure improvements for biking, walking and rolling
These projects would complete gaps in bike lanes and sidewalks, ADA ramps, marked crosswalks in high-traffic areas.
Stop- or station-area improvements
Improved lighting, curb ramps, sound buffers, seating, routing information, real-time arrival screens, shelters and restrooms could be added to key transit stops.
Loading zone designation
Dedicated roadway spaces for small freight and delivery vehicles could be created to improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists.
Additional parking areas - specifically for travelers who drive to transit stops - could be created. Park-and-ride facilities could also accommodate bike-sharing, scooter-sharing, ridesharing or carsharing.
Wayfinding and enhanced signage
Information about transit connections, directions to nearby destinations, maps of the immediate neighborhood could be developed.