The East-West Corridor represents 20 miles of diverse people, communities and businesses that connect within and beyond Central Ohio. The goal of the East-West Corridor Plan is to expand the ability and options for our community to get where they need to go and create great spaces to increase residents’ quality of life. We want to work with the community to reimagine what reliable transit and shorter travel times could mean in expanding opportunities for everyone.

Communities included in this project:

  • Prairie TWP
  • Franklin TWP
  • Hilltop
  • Franklinton
  • Downtown
  • Olde Towne East
  • King-Lincoln-Bronzeville
  • Near East Side
  • Bexley
  • Whitehall
  • Jefferson TWP
  • Reynoldsburg

Join us for these interactive sessions where you can learn more about initial plans to reimagine transit and corridor improvements from East to West and share your thoughts and vision for faster, safer travel in central Ohio.

Learn & Inspire Sessions

There were two informational sessions on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 (at noon and 6 p.m.) that informed the community about transit and corridor options for the East-West Corridor. Thank you to those that were able to attend the sessions! If you were not able to attend, you can view the recording here.

Co-Create Sessions

We also offered multiple Co-Create sessions in late February, where community members could get more information from experts and provide input on the transit and corridor improvements in the East-West Corridor. Thank you to those that were able to attend the sessions!

Learn more about the East-West Corridor Plan and the regional LinkUS initiative on the East-West Corridor page.

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