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Salt Lake City Downtown Transportation Master Plan Circulation Only (for downloading convenience) Bicycles, Pedestrians on larger file Community Leader’s Breakfast September 20, 2006 Click “View, Notes Page” for text following verbal message Rail and Bus Status Background Commuter Rail

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Salt Lake City Downtown Transportation Master PlanCirculation Only (for downloading convenience)Bicycles, Pedestrians on larger file

Community Leader’s Breakfast

September 20, 2006

Click “View, Notes Page” for text following verbal message



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Background

Commuter Rail

Airport Line

2007

Extension

Existing Light Rail

Several Potential Track Combinations Studied


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Major Rail Alternatives

200 South

400 South

400 West via

700 South

200 West

Red is preferred pending ridership & traffic impact analysis


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Significant Transit Centers

Core area investment for passenger amenities is warranted

General Site 1 : 200 South / State

Bus routes increasingly converge on 200 S / State

General Site 2:

400 South / Main

Buses needed to serve Commuter Rail



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Traits of Good Circulation

  • Recognizable

  • Frequent (3-5 minute service)

  • Logical corridors

  • Easy payment

    • Low cost or free fare




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Mixing Branded with Regular Service

Regular routes turn on “red corridor” signs

Branded vehicles serve only the “red corridor”

Mixing achieves high frequency efficiently.


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Potential

“Branded Corridors”

Transit Center Connector

Hotels to conventions, shopping,

Temple Square

Connects

offices to

restaurants



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Fare Concepts

If you get on and off a train in this space, it’s free.

Existing

Free

Fare

Zone

If you use a branded circulator, it’s low cost or free.

Consider replacing with low cost or free corridors


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Questions for Consideration

  • Which corridors need supplemental circulation?

  • What destinations should be included in a free or low fare area?


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