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Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority. THE HEATHLINE EUCLID CORRIDOR BUS RAPID TRANSIT PROJECT Michael J. Schipper, P.E DGM- Engineering & Project Management June 24, 2009. BRT Corridor Selection Urban Core Infrastructure Investment as Catalyst for Development - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority THE HEATHLINE EUCLID CORRIDOR BUS RAPID TRANSIT PROJECTMichael J. Schipper, P.EDGM- Engineering & Project Management June 24, 2009

  • OverviewBRT Corridor SelectionUrban Core Infrastructure Investment as Catalyst for DevelopmentMaster Plan, Land Use and Zoning Changes to Promote TODResultsBranding

  • Bus Rapid Transit FeaturesNear Level BoardingEnhanced Service FrequencyOff-board Fare CollectionUnique VehiclesReal-time Passenger InformationPassenger Friendly Waiting Environment

  • Project Map

  • Transit System Connections

  • Transit System Connections

  • BRT Corridor SelectionEUCLID AVE - TRANSIT FOCUSCHESTER AVE AUTO FOCUSCARNEGIE AVE - AUTO FOCUSDOWNTOWN MAJOR EMPLOYMENT CENTERUNIVERSITY CIRCLE MAJOR EMPLOYMENT CENTER

  • Urban Core Infrastructure Investment$200 Million Total Project Cost$168.4 million FFGAFTA New Starts$82.2 milFTA Rail Mod.$ 0.6 milODOT$50.0 milRTA$17.6 milNOACA$10.0 milCity of Cleveland$ 8.0 mil$31.6 million Non-FFGA

  • Urban Core Infrastructure InvestmentBuilding Face to Building Face Reconstruction Utility Replacements and BettermentsNew Roadway, Curbs, & SidewalksNew Traffic Signal, Lighting, & Communication SystemsLandscaping & Irrigation System

  • Urban Core Infrastructure InvestmentPublic ArtPassenger Amenities4.5 Miles of Dedicated BRT Lanes in Median2.6 Miles of Mixed-Use BRT Lanes in Curb Lanes36 Stations and Platforms4.0 Miles of Bike Lanes

  • Typical Section Lower Euclid

  • Median Station Left Side

  • Public Square/Lower Euclid

  • Lower Euclid

  • Typical Section Midtown

  • Median Station Right Side

  • Midtown

  • Midtown

  • Midtown

  • Midtown

  • Typical Section University Cir.

  • Curbside Right Side

  • University Circle

  • University Circle

  • Station Design62 Stops @ 36 Stations3 Unique Station DesignsPublic Square/Lower EuclidMidtownUniversity Circle/East ClevelandA316 Stainless Steel and GlassModular Base Design

  • Station FeaturesAttractiveEasily Accessible Fast-LoadingNear Level BoardingADA CompliantConveniently LocatedIntegrated Into The Community

  • Station FeaturesFare Vending MachinesEmergency PhonesCCTVReal-time Passenger InformationPassenger-Friendly Waiting EnvironmentBenches and Lean Bars

  • Public Square/Lower Euclid

  • Public Square/Lower Euclid

  • Midtown Stations

  • Midtown Stations

  • Curbside Stations

  • Landscaping and Public Art

  • MidTown Zoning Overlay DistrictMinimum floor-area ratio, parking mitigation, pedestrian emphasis, and faade improvementsDesign Guidelines focus development away from parking garages and drivewaysTransit orientation serves as the unifying element for the CorridorInnovation Zone grant for Healthcare Corridor Plan Guiding TOD through Zoning

  • Midtown Zoning Overlay

  • Results

  • Lower EuclidOver $110 million in development has created nightclubs, apartments, restaurants, and bowling alley.

  • Playhouse SquareMore than $61 million has been invested in the Idea Center, United Way and Hanna Theatre renovations.

  • Cleveland State UniversityCSU master plan revised to orient housing, student center and new academic buildings along Euclid Avenue. Re-development is estimated at $180 million.

  • MidtownThe price of an acre of land in the long-blighted Midtown area has doubled in the past five years.

  • Cleveland ClinicThe Cleveland Clinic is investing $1.2 billion on Euclid Avenue.

  • University CircleOver $1.6 billion is being investedClev. Museum of Art - $350 millionPeter B. Lewis Building - $ 65 million University Hospitals - $500 millionVA Hospital & Offices - $370 million

  • Ridership Growth

    MONTHLY RIDERSHIP CHART

    217222279000

    194626284156

    204017297215

    194867339900

    191126335900

    222046334900

    222000May

    218960June

    216856July

    224681August

    255231September

    276032October

    #6

    HEALTHLINE

    MONTH

    RIDERS

    MONTHLY RIDERSHIP COMPARISON #6 VS HEALTHLINE

    CUMMULATIVE RIDERSHIP CHART

    217222279000

    411848563156

    615865860371

    8107321200271

    10018581536171

    12239041871071

    1445904May

    1664864June

    1881720July

    2106401August

    2361632September

    2637664October

    53% INCREASE

    #6

    HEALTHLINE

    MONTH

    TOTAL RIDESHIP

    CUMMULATIVE RIDERSHIP#6 VS HEALTHLINE

    BRT Ridership

    #6 Ridership Counts November 2007 vs. 2008

    2007

    JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober

    219,849193,279234,407224,372232,486210,147200,166213,466217,235240,512

    20072008

    NovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober

    #6217,222194,626204,017194,867191,126222,046222,000218,960216,856224,681255,231276,032

    #6217,222411,848615,865810,7321,001,8581,223,9041,445,9041,664,8641,881,7202,106,4012,361,6322,637,664

    20082009

    NovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober

    HEALTHLINE279,000284,156297,215339,900335,900334,900

    HEALTHLINE279,000563,156860,3711,200,2711,536,1711,871,071

    2008 vs 2009

    Monthly28.44%46.00%45.68%74.43%75.75%50.82%

    Cummulative28.44%36.74%39.70%48.05%53.33%52.88%

    Data from Marketing

    #6 Ridership Counts 2007 vs. 2008

    2007

    JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

    219,849193,279234,407224,372232,486210,147200,166213,466217,235240,512217,222194,626

    2008

    JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

    204,017194,867191,126222,046222,000218,960216,856224,681255,231276,032279,000284,156

    2007 vs 2008

    -7.20%0.82%-18.46%-1.04%-4.51%4.19%8.34%5.25%17.49%14.77%28.44%46.00%

    HealthLine in effect

    JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

    297,215339,900335,900334,900

    2008 vs 2009

    45.68%74.43%75.75%50.82%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%

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    Sheet3

  • Ridership Growth

    MONTHLY RIDERSHIP CHART

    217222279000

    194626284156

    204017297215

    194867339900

    191126335900

    222046334900

    222000May

    218960June

    216856July

    224681August

    255231September

    276032October

    #6

    HEALTHLINE

    MONTH

    RIDERS

    MONTHLY RIDERSHIP COMPARISON #6 VS HEALTHLINE

    CUMMULATIVE RIDERSHIP CHART

    217222279000

    411848563156

    615865860371

    8107321200271

    10018581536171

    12239041871071

    1445904May

    1664864June

    1881720July

    2106401August

    2361632September

    2637664October

    53% INCREASE

    #6

    HEALTHLINE

    MONTH

    TOTAL RIDESHIP

    CUMMULATIVE RIDERSHIP#6 VS HEALTHLINE

    BRT Ridership

    #6 Ridership Counts November 2007 vs. 2008

    2007

    JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober

    219,849193,279234,407224,372232,486210,147200,166213,466217,235240,512

    20072008

    NovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober

    #6217,222194,626204,017194,867191,126222,046222,000218,960216,856224,681255,231276,032

    #6217,222411,848615,865810,7321,001,8581,223,9041,445,9041,664,8641,881,7202,106,4012,361,6322,637,664

    20082009

    NovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctober

    HEALTHLINE279,000284,156297,215339,900335,900334,900

    HEALTHLINE279,000563,156860,3711,200,2711,536,1711,871,071

    2008 vs 2009

    Monthly28.44%46.00%45.68%74.43%75.75%50.82%

    Cummulative28.44%36.74%39.70%48.05%53.33%52.88%

    Data from Marketing

    #6 Ridership Counts 2007 vs. 2008

    2007

    JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

    219,849193,279234,407224,372232,486210,147200,166213,466217,235240,512217,222194,626

    2008

    JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

    204,017194,867191,126222,046222,000218,960216,856224,681255,231276,032279,000284,156

    2007 vs 2008

    -7.20%0.82%-18.46%-1.04%-4.51%4.19%8.34%5.25%17.49%14.77%28.44%46.00%

    HealthLine in effect

    JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

    297,215339,900335,900334,900

    2008 vs 2009

    45.68%74.43%75.75%50.82%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%-100.00%

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    Sheet3

  • Euclid Corridor Transportation Project

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