Study documents, newsletters and meeting information will be posted on this page.
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Project newsletters will provide study updates and will be posted here.
- Newsletter One: April 2006 (en español)
- Newsletter Two: September 2006 (en español)
- Newsletter Three: April 2007 (en español)
- The Transit Supportive Land Use Report is an analysis of existing conditions and current plans and policies affecting development patterns within the proposed transit corridors. Based on this analysis and a real estate market study completed to assess future development potential, the Report also includes key recommendations that could increase the transit supportive character of the proposed transit corridors and, potentially improve their ranking for transit supportiveness based on the New Starts criteria. The recommendations focus on changes to existing land use policies and planning practices to improve the transit supportive environment within the study area. The report is available for download in various parts:
- Full document without appendicies (4.2 MB)
- Section A (Intro and executive summary) (1.6 MB)
- Section B (Corridor Summaries) (2.3 MB)
- Appendix A (Real Estate Market Analysis) (3.6 MB)
- Appendix B (Summary of Land Use Workshops) (10.4 MB)
- Draft Purpose and Need Statement - December 2006 (2.5MB)
- Scoping Report – In the spring of 2006, the Transport 2020 study team undertook a scoping process to identify transportation issues and concerns among Madison and Dane County residents, business owners, student and elected officials. That process culminated in a public information meeting at Monona Terrace attended by over 100 citizens. Public comments will inform alternatives for transportation improvements, their analysis, and the study process.
- Public Participation Plan - In order to plan for transportation improvements that are responsive to all Dane County stakeholders, public participation is an essential component the Transport 2020 process. This document outlines the methods by which stakeholders will be engaged to guide the planning process, identify issues of concern, and help shape alternatives to meet local needs.
- Notice of Intent - This document, filed with the Federal Transit Administration, marks the official kick-off of the DEIS phase of the Transport 2020 study. It outlines study parameters, methods and goals. View the Notice of Intent on the FTA site.
Previous Study Documents
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