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RTA logo St. Charles Circulator Feasibility Study

Study Description

This project studied the feasibility of a circulator system between two transit-oriented developments (First Street and Towne Center) within St. Charles and the Geneva Metra Station.

 
Status
Status:Completed
Program:Community Planning
Program Year:2009
Project Type(s):Transit Improvement Plan
Grantee:City of St. Charles
Current Activities:The project was completed in August 2010 and the plan accepted by the City of St. Charles City Council on August 2, 2010.

As of December 12, 2011, Pace Route #802 has been re-routed and no longer provides service from Geneva to St. Charles. A new Call-n-Ride has been implemented (Route #592) with service to/from the Geneva Metra station and other locations. For more information please visit http://www.pacebus.com/sub/schedules/cnr_detail.asp?RouteNo=592. As of October 2013, the Call-n-Ride ridership averages around 3.32 riders per hour on weekdays, and 1.9 riders per hour on Saturdays.
Information Updated:January 2017
 
Funding
RTA:$79,428.00
Local:$19,857.00
Federal:$0.00
Total:$99,285.00
 
Study Documents
City of St. Charles Transit Circulator Plan (June, 2010)
 
Related Studies
none
 
Related Transit Assets
Metra Stations:Geneva (UP-W) accessible
Pace Bus Routes:801 Elgin-Geneva accessible
802 Aurora-Geneva via Lake accessible
 
Related Jurisdictions
Counties:Kane
Municipalities:Geneva, St. Charles
US Congressional Districts:14 Lauren Underwood, 6 Sean Casten
Illinois Senate Districts:25 Jim Oberweis, 33 Donald P. DeWitte
Illinois House Districts:49 Karina Villa, 50 Keith R. Wheeler, 65 Dan Ugaste
County Board Districts:Kane 11, Kane 12, Kane 13, Kane 14
Chicago Wards:none
Councils of Mayors:Kane/Kendall
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