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RTA logo City of Chicago Ashland-Western Bus Rapid Transit Land Use Development Plan

Study Description

This project developed land use recommendations to support the CTA's planned bus rapid transit (BRT) service along the Western / Ashland corridors. The work led to the identification of land use policy changes that support transit-oriented development as well as design standards to improve the experience around potential station sites, with a focus on providing pedestrian access and increasing ridership.

 
Status
Status:Completed
Program:Community Planning
Program Year:2013
Project Type(s):Transit-Oriented Development Plan, Transit Improvement Plan
Grantee:City of Chicago
Current Activities:
Information Updated:June 2017
 
Funding
RTA:$160,000.00
Local:$40,000.00
Federal:$0.00
Total:$200,000.00
 
Study Documents
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Related Studies
none
 
Related Transit Assets
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Related Jurisdictions
Counties:Cook
Municipalities:Chicago
US Congressional Districts:3 Dan Lipinski, 4 Chuy Garcia, 5 Mike Quigley, 7 Danny Davis
Illinois Senate Districts:1 Antonio Munoz, 11 Martin A. Sandoval, 2 Omar Aquino, 20 Iris Y. Martinez, 5 Patricia Van Pelt, 6 John J. Cullerton
Illinois House Districts:10 Jawaharial Williams, 11 Ann M. Williams, 2 Theresa Mah, 21 Celina Villanueva, 39 Will Guzzardi, 4 Delia Ramirez, 40 Jaime M. Andrade, Jr., 9 Arthur Turner
County Board Districts:Cook 1, Cook 10, Cook 11, Cook 12, Cook 2, Cook 7, Cook 8
Chicago Wards:1 Daniel La Spata, 11 Patrick Thompson, 12 George A. Cardenas, 2 Brian Hopkins, 24 Michael Scott, 25 Byron Sigcho-Lopez, 26 Roberto Maldonado, 27 Walter Burnett, Jr., 28 Jason Ervin, 32 Scott Waguespack, 33 Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez, 44 Thomas M. Tunney, 47 Matt Martin
Councils of Mayors:Chicago
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