Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Transit Corridor Study Public Meeting

September 10, 2012
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Madison Senior Center
330 West Mifflin Street
Madison, Wisconsin

The Madison Area Transportation Planning Board (MPO), in cooperation with Metro Transit and the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission (CARPC), is leading a study to explore where and how to implement Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) in the Madison metropolitan area. The study is part of the Capital Region Sustainable Communities (CRSC) Initiative led by CARPC.

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a high-frequency, limited-stop service that offers an improved customer experience on busy transit corridors. Faster service is accomplished by speeding passenger boarding, transit priority at traffic signals, and express service. Station improvements, information technology, and improved service reliability and vehicle comfort create a more user-friendly experience.

Please join planning staff and the consultant team at a public meeting on September 10, 2012 to learn more about BRT and provide your input on what the Madison metropolitan area’s potential BRT system might look like.

 For more information on the BRT Study, go to
For more information on the overall CRSC Initiative, go to