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November 27: Let’s talk about bikes and the planned N/S bus rapid transit route

A map of Metro’s planned Bus Rapid Transit network. The North-South route (Route B) is shown in green. Image: City of Madison

Madison’s first bus rapid transit (BRT) route, going from Junction Road on the west side to East Towne Mall on the East Side, is still under construction. But the City and Metro are already preparing for a second route, connecting the north and south side. If all goes well, the route could be in operation as early as 2028.

Initial concept for a reconstructed Park Street, with a widened sidewalk on only one side of the street. Source: City of Madison

The project will involve a reconstruction of Park Street, and potential changes to the setup of streets such as Fitch Hatchery, Packers, and Sherman. A lot of these changes will have an impact on people biking, and getting the route and the design right is important for improving our city’s all-ages-and-all-abilities bike network. Join our meeting for a presentation from Metro and an opportunity to ask questions and provide comment!

The virtual meeting will take place on Monday, November 27 from 6 to 7 pm. Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZckdeigqT0tGNV7VUb5P303BqiODYk90ppH

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Can’t make the meeting? We’ll record it and make it available via our website and YouTube channel. You can also send us questions or comments in advance of the meeting: info@madisonbikes.org

For more information about the North-South BRT project, go to https://www.cityofmadison.com/metro/routes-schedules/bus-rapid-transit/north-south-brt-line