Environmental Assessment

At its April 19, 2017, meeting, the CATA Board of Directors resolved to suspend the Bus Rapid Transit (“BRT”) project until such time as CATA has reasonable assurances as to the availability of adequate federal funding to support the BRT and authorized the CEO/Executive Director, Sandy L. Draggoo, to take actions to suspend the project on such terms and conditions as she deems necessary and are approved by legal counsel.

 

 

BRT is a transportation system that operates somewhat like a light-rail system, except that it uses high-capacity buses that operate in dedicated, center-running bus lanes. It will operate along the Michigan Avenue to Grand River Avenue corridor.

Map of stop locations for the BRT

FAQs

Learn about BRT while we undergo the next steps:

  • Secure environmental clearance from the FTA
  • Final design and engineering phase
  • Secure funding for BRT construction
  • Construction phase
  • Opening day (expected in late 2018/early 2019)

BRT FAQs

Comments

Your questions, comments and ideas are important to us and we look forward to hearing from you. All comments and questions will be included in the official public record.

Your comments and questions are valuable to the process and every comment is read by the project team. But in the interest of transparency, the project team does not respond directly to individuals outside of a public meeting.  A pre-addressed comment form is available for download.  Thank You!

BRT Contact

Bradley T. Funkhouser, AICP
Deputy CEO/Assistant Executive Director 
4615 Tranter Street
Lansing, MI 48910