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Redesigning a bus network is a collaborative planning effort to determine where today's bus service should go. It all begins with wiping the slate clean and starting from scratch.
Due to limited resources, transit agencies and the public must choose how best to create the network they want. Working together to determine the answers to questions like the ones posed below, transit agencies and the public can prioritize certain features over others and allocate resources accordingly.
Reimagining the Bus Network
Trade-offs in bus network designs
Here are some of the examples of trade-offs cities and communities make during the redesign process:
- Ridership versus coverage
- Connections versus one-seat rides
- Faster trips versus more stops