As a part of our transit system redesign effort, the JTA is working to incorporate Bus Rapid Transit components like dedicated peak hour lanes and new shelter improvements along portions of downtown and the southbank area.
These improvements will help reduce the number of large buses from downtown while enhancing downtown mobility circulation though better utilization of the Skyway and Trolley services.
Project Status: After receiving the document of the Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), the downtown phase one project is now in the project development phase.
The process will design and incorporate:
• Enhanced branded shelters with scheduled information
• Intersection technologies to improve reliability
• Dedicated transit lanes
• Sidewalk and streetscape improvements
Current Activity: Design Phase: The 60% design plans have been completed.
Funding: $13.4 million (80% federal, 10% state, 10% local)
Schedule: Design is expected to be complete fourth quarter 2012
Project Manager: Neil Nance, P.E.
Contact: Winova Hart-Mayer, (904) 630-3185 or firstname.lastname@example.org
June 19, 2012 Public Meeting materials:
Final Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact September 2008
Final Supplemental Environmental Assessment November 2009
April 30, 2009 Public Meeting Summary Report
July 17, 2008 Public Hearing Summary Report
April 19, 2007 Public Meeting materials:
Alternative Concept Alignment Board
Environmental Assessment Board
Adams and Laura Street Rendering
Bay and Laura Street Rendering
February 2, 2007 Public Meeting materials: