Coverage Concept

  • Red lines arrive every 15 minutes or better
  • Blue lines arrive every 30 minutes
  • Light Blue lines arrive every 60 minutes
  • Tan lines arrive every 90 or 120 minutes

This is a map of the Coverage Concept for The COMET. This Concept would use the same amount of bus funding as the existing network, no more.

Most people and places that have transit service today would still have service. Some new people and places would also have some new service. In some places, variable transit service (see note below) would replace existing bus service.

Spreading transit out to so many areas means that most routes can’t offer a high frequency of every 15 or 20 minutes. As a result, most people would still have to wait a long time for the bus on most routes.

High Coverage

Most people and places that have transit service today would still have service.

Short walks

This Concept would offer short walks to routes, like in the existing network.

Long waits

Like in the existing network, service would be spread out to cover many areas. Routes would also run down many parallel streets. Spreading transit out means spreading it thin, so people would still have to wait a long time for most buses.
The COMET Coverage Network Click Image to Enlarge

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