What is the B Line?
The METRO B Line is a planned bus rapid transit (BRT) line that will provide faster and more reliable transit service in the Route 21 corridor along Lake Street, Marshall Avenue, and Selby Avenue. BRT is a package of transit enhancements that adds up to a faster trip and an improved experience on Metro Transit’s busiest bus routes. Watch a video about BRT service.
What’s in the Draft Corridor Plan?
Planned station locations: station intersections and location of platforms within each intersection. Once approved, this plan will set the locations for stations moving forward.
BRT station facilities and service characteristics
B Line routing and stops
Local and limited-stop bus service within and along the B Line corridor
Scenarios for bus priority treatments
What are the next steps?
The comment period for the Draft Corridor Plan has ended. Sign up for the B Line newsletter to receive project updates and notifications of future opportunities to provide input.
Metro Transit will gather feedback from the Draft Corridor Plan and incorporate it into a Recommended Corridor Plan in spring 2021. Following publication of the Recommended Corridor Plan and additional public feedback, Metro Transit will seek Metropolitan Council approval of a Final Corridor Plan in summer 2021 and project engineering will begin before construction in 2023.
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