Tell us what's important to you.
The success of the project depends solely on the participation of the community. Below are a variety of ways to participate and stay updated on the latest engagement opportunities.
Community input will be organized into three phases. Each phase will have engagement opportunities like informational meetings, surveys, focus groups, etc. Phase One - Key Choices, Values and Priorities, Phase Two – Transit Network Alternatives, and Phase Three - Draft Transit Network Plan.
Phase One Participation
Community Kick-Off Meeting
Review materials presented at our first community meeting.
Transit Choices Survey
All community members, riders and non-riders, are encouraged to fill out a quick choices survey. Survey results will help shape the collective goals and priorities for Madison's future transit network.
The primary objective of the engagement process (Education and Outreach) is to engage the community with the big picture trade-offs around transit and seek public input around values and priorities. The process is strategically designed to facilitate constructive engagement among a diversity of Madison stakeholders. The engagement process will utilize broad public outreach methods and targeted engagement techniques such as surveys, meetings, workshops, tabling at events and focus groups.
Focus groups will help the City gather input from a diversity of community members in a smaller, informal forum. Focus groups will be convened through community organizations, business and civic associations, neighborhood associations, and other groups who would like to provide their input into the redesign plan.
If you are interested in hosting a focus group, please send an email to MetroRedesign@cityofmadison.com.
Full Public Participation Plan