Trinity Metro Bus System Redesign Survey
Reposted from Trinity Metro
Throughout the process of determining the goals for the new network, five key trade-offs were established: System Priorities, Waiting or Walking, Fixed or Flexible Service, Downtown or Grid Network, and Peak or All-Day Service. Trinity Metro has now developed three options to which they are seeking feedback on. These options show how the network could be designed depending on which priority is most important, using the same budget they have today.
Option A incorporates the changes riders overwhelmingly want for the network. Options B and C build on Option A’s changes and represent the two tradeoffs that were less conclusive. Option B responds to the question of whether or not riders favor longer walks to stops but have faster service (improved frequency). Option C incorporates more ZIPZONEs, while removing some local neighborhood routes. The options are not proposals. The Draft Plan will be designed based on public input.
After learning about the three Options, please take the survey, so that Trinity Metro can create a new network — A Better Connection.