Submitted by whitemice on Tue, 02/25/2020 - 19:48
Everyone loves maps, and the RAPID's "Mobility For All" survey is up. You check out the survey, think about it, and provide feedback. This survey supports the required Comprehensive Operational Analysis which will determine the next phase of the RAPID's operation.
Now, the maps....
Submitted by whitemice on Mon, 11/05/2018 - 06:33
This is a look at the agenda items for the MobileGR meeting of 2018-11-08.
2018 Meeting Schedule
Meetings have been moved to noon [lunch time]. MobileGR meetings are approximately an hour in length.
Submitted by whitemice on Sun, 05/06/2018 - 15:32
Submitted by whitemice on Thu, 04/12/2018 - 07:01
Still slated for launch on August 27th.
This map illustrates what Downtown will look like when the DASH 3.0 is launched, including the enhanced RAPID#19 Michigan Crosstown as well as the LakerLine. Construction of the LakerLine begins later this year with service commencing in 2020. The combination of these route changes create a far more effective mesh of transit service for downtown.
Submitted by whitemice on Thu, 03/08/2018 - 10:57
EV Charging Stations
Electric charging stations where installed in 2011.
- 5 downtown (1 on-street)
- 1 in Oak Industrial Park
- 1 at Waste Water site.
All stations have been upgraded; new stations have two cords and have retaining clips to help keep the cords off the ground which was an issue with the previous charging stations.
Submitted by whitemice on Sun, 02/11/2018 - 09:59
This is a map of voter's support of RAPID funding in November 2017. Creation of this map was inspired by the "Transit Supporter Split" BLOG post. That post, at least proposed, that in the city of Portland [Oregon] that transit support had a conical shape: strongest downtown, tapering down as one moved out through the neighborhoods, and zeroing out into opposition when one reached the true suburbs. It raised the question of what support for the RAPID looks like in Grand Rapids.
Submitted by whitemice on Mon, 11/06/2017 - 07:37
October and November (2017) have been active months. A collection of interesting documents have been created or brought into active conversation concerning both housing and mobility.