Northwest Corridor BRT Survey

The LinkUS Northwest Corridor Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a proposed rapid transit route from Downtown Columbus through the northwest area of the city. The route will include dedicated lanes for buses to travel quickly along the corridor and high-quality transit stations. To determine details of the route, LinkUS continues to seek input from Central Ohio residents.

Please take a few minutes to let us know your thoughts. There are four parts to the activity:

Part A: Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA)
Part B: BRT Segment
Part C: Rapid Transit Stations
Part D: Additional Comments

NW corridor summer public meetings

Part A: Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) (page 1 of 4)

The Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) being recommended for the Northwest Corridor BRT based on public input starts in Downtown, runs along Olentangy River Road to Bethel Road, then to Sawmill Road, then to State Route 161 and through Dublin.

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1. Which of the following best describes how you feel about this proposed route?

Want to learn more?

In June of 2022 public meetings were conducted to describe the process and share additional information. To view the presentation, including section drawings and more detailed maps, view the document here.