The Spokane Regional Transportation Council has partnered with WSDOT, the City of Spokane, Spokane County, and Spokane Transit Authority on a major transportation and land use study along the North Division corridor. The Division Connects project is analyzing the future of transit along the corridor, with the US-395 North Spokane Corridor set for completion in nine years.
The project’s key objectives include:
- Identifying a preferred concept for bus rapid transit (BRT) along North Division.
- Developing options for all modes within the corridor, including pedestrian and bicycling improvements.
- Identifying opportunities for land use improvements.
- Recommending capital project implementation plans to fund improvements.
The first phase of work involved production of a “State of the Corridor” report, which was completed in late spring 2020 and reviewed the existing travel patterns and land use patterns along North Division. It mapped the existing streetscapes along the corridor, travel times, transit ridership, and transit reliability.
The second phase, underway now, is analyzing four scenarios for possible streetscape improvements to accommodate BRT, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Let’s dive deep into the weeds.Continue reading “BRT considered along North Division”