Join Rush Line BRT Project staff in December to learn about the Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide.
|Join Rush Line BRT Project staff in December to learn about the Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide. The Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide is a roadmap for the future design of the Ramsey County Rail right-of-way—which includes the Bruce Vento Regional Trail and a bus-only guideway for the Rush Line.The Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide was created using public input collected in the summer of 2019 and during previous planning phases. It addresses design elements such as landscaping, buffer areas, safety, access and trail amenities.|
Please join us at any of three drop-in discussions to learn about the Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide and tell us what you think about it (there is no formal presentation so you can come any time):
Thursday,December 5: 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Hmong Village, 1001 Johnson Parkway, Saint Paul.
Tuesday, December 10: 5-7 p.m. at Maplewood Fire Station, 1955 Clarence Street,
Maplewood.Thursday, December 12: 6-8 p.m. at CLUES, 797 7th Street East, Saint Paul.
If you can’t make it to any of these sessions, the informational materials from them will be made available on rushline.org for you to review.New Rush Line video highlights job access, regional connectionsClick image to view video.Ramsey County has released a new video about the Rush Line BRT Project to increase awareness and share information about this critical investment in the East Metro’s transportation system. The video describes the benefits of BRT, connections to the regional transit system and the importance of transit for job access. The Rush Line BRT route will connect more than 100,000 people and 106,000 jobs within walking distance of planned stations.Watch the video on YouTube.