by CITY OF REDMOND
Are you a resident, employee, or frequent traveler in Redmond? Would you like to help plan the future of transit in the city?
The City of Redmond, with Jarrett Walker + Associates, is hosting an interactive transit planning workshop on Saturday June 13th to explore service planning scenarios and help establish community priorities as Redmond develops its Transit Strategic Plan. The results from this workshop will help define coverage areas and high frequency corridors, which in turn will guide speed and reliability capital planning.
The workshop will take the form of a game in which participants allocate limited amounts of transit service on boards representing cities with realistic but simplified geographies, including Redmond. No transit or transportation planning experience is required. Players must work within real-world constraints to accomplish various transportation goals. The game portion of the event will be followed by a discussion and voting exercise (using handheld clickers) where participants can weigh in the priorities that will guide the Transit Strategic Plan.
Space is limited. If you are interested or have questions please contact Patrick McGrath at email@example.com or 425-556-2870 to reserve your place. The workshop will be held at Redmond City Hall (steps from a 545/542 stop and blocks from the Redmond Transit Center) on Saturday June 13th from 9AM-3PM. Lunch will be provided.
2 Replies to “Redmond Transit Planning Workshop”
Several thousand new homes north and east of town. Zero new ways to get from north or east into Redmond core in the past 15 years.
So glad I don’t live there anymore.
Thanks for advertising this. I just emailed to ask for a spot.
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