Improved Street Conditions
Improved Street Conditions
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Greater Housing Opportunities
Greater Housing Opportunities
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Greater Housing Opportunities
Increased Neighborhood Safety & Security
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Project Description

Mayor's Recommended Budget

Transit Planning and Program Support

Hire one new full time employee to manage transit programs


Frequent Transit Network (FTN)

Create a Frequent Transit Network (FTN) on key initial routes (2100 S, 900 S, 200 S, and 600 N or 1000 N) to increase transit service to a frequency of 15-minutes or better, Monday thru Saturday from 5 a.m. to midnight, and add new Sunday service. Anticipated implementation- August 2019.


Home to Transit Pilot Program

Provide home-to-transit ride share services to  residents living more than 1/4 mile from a high frequency bus or train with frequency of 15-minutes or better.


"Work to Transit" Program

Provide start-up funding for the “Work to Transit” Program to develop a cooperative partnership with businesses in Research Park and the Industrial West Side to provide a shuttle type service to employees, and other first mile/last mile solutions. The budget includes start-up costs only; the program will ultimately be managed and funded by businesses


Transit Pass Analysis and Facilitation

Execute a comprehensive study on best practices for transit pass programs (HIVE Pass) with the goal of increasing the number of transit passes distributed to residents


Frequent Transit Network (FTN) Branding and Outreach

Fund branding and a public outreach process for the development of a high frequency bus network (FTN) that will establish new routes and service areas.


Frequent Transit Network Capital Improvements

Fund capital improvements associated with the proposed Frequent Transit Network (FTN), including signal upgrades, ADA enhancements, bus stop improvements, etc.


Frequent Transit Network Rolling Stock (Buses) Procurement

Fund new leases for busses to be used on the proposed Frequent Transit Network (FTN)




The above figures represent a shortened collection period for fiscal year 2019. Budgets reflect additional revenue only and do not represent total department spending.

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