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Ashland BRT

The Ashland Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project is a proposal to bring fast and reliable bus service to Ashland Avenue from Irving Park Road to 95th Street. This service would feature a dedicated bus lane and traffic signal priority, enabling buses to bypass congestion and offer fast, consistent service to over 10 million annual riders. Ashland BRT would increase job accessibility along the Ashland corridor by connecting to job centers like the Illinois Medical District.

Check out this post on ActiveTrans’ blog for even more about Ashland BRT!

Click on the image above for a printer-friendly Ashland BRT poster

External Documents and Research on Ashland BRT:

Ashland BRT Updates (Chicago Transit Authority, Ongoing) Note – Due to Ashland BRT’s advanced stage, the CTA maintains far more documents than are available here

Ashland BRT Environmental Assessment [PDF] (Chicago Transit Authority, 2013)

Screen Two Alternatives Analysis, Ashland & Western Corridors BRT Project [PDF] (Chicago Transit Authority, 2012)

Screen One Alternatives Analysis, Ashland & Western Corridors BRT Project [PDF] (Chicago Transit Authority, 2012)

Purpose and Needs Statement, Ashland & Western Corridors BRT Project [PDF] (Chicago Transit Authority, 2012)

CMAP GO TO 2040 (Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, 2010)

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