Reimagine The COMET has been a project to design the public transportation system for the next 10 years. Throughout the project, we:
Here you will see a map of the Existing Network and a map of the Final Network with some explanation of how it performs.
This is a map of the existing The COMET transit network.
The color of each line tells you the maximum wait for that bus, on a weekday. For example, on a blue line, a bus comes every 30 minutes. On a light blue line, a bus comes only once every 60 minutes.
Most existing routes come every 30 or 60 minutes during the day on weekdays. Some routes come more frequently during rush hour. For more detail, you can download a larger map or read our Report to learn more about the existing network.
This is a map of the Final Network for The COMET. This Final Network uses the same amount of bus funding as the existing network, no more.
With the Final Network, the average person can reach 15,300 jobs in 60 minutes, 17% more jobs than the Existing Network.
The number of residents near 30-minute service increases from 30,200 to 43,200, a 42% increase.
The number of jobs near 30-minute service increases from 53,600 to 62,400, a 16% increase.
The number of residents near any service increases from 94,600 to 77,900, a 17% decrease.
The number of jobs near any service increases from 99,600 to 90,100, a 9% decrease.
For more detail, you can download a larger map or read our Report to learn more about the Final Network.