North-South BRT Line

bus in BRT lane pulling into station

Metro Rapid Route B

The City of Madison is building a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system as part of an effort to provide better access to jobs, reduce travel times, and improve transit equity throughout the region.

The BRT system will start with an east-west line from Junction Rd. to East Towne through the downtown and campus area.

A second BRT line is proposed to run north-south.

An initial round of public meetings took place in early November. Watch for additional meetings early next year.

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Your comments on the project will help us develop a route that will provide better access to employment and education and improve transit equity.

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Bus Rapid Transit and the Network Redesign are part of MetroForward, Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway's plan to make a major investment in transit to speed up workforce transportation, reduce congestion, and build the transportation backbone of a vibrant regional economy.