What Characteristics are Important at the Brush Creek Park and Ride with the Development of New Restrooms and Paved Parking?
The free public parking lot and transit facility at the intersection of Brush Creek Road and Highway 82 (sometimes referred to as the Intercept Lot) will get a facelift thanks to a grant from the federal government and local matching funds.
The existing transit stop at the Brush Creek & 82 Park and Ride
While some flexibility is possible in the design, plans call for paving and striping the existing unstriped recycled asphalt spaces behind the existing paved parking, security lighting, permanent bathroom facilities with flush toilets to replace porta-potties, and additional landscaping.
We are relying on public input to help us plan and design the changes that will improve your experience at this park and ride facility. Please note that while all feedback and suggestions are welcome, not all suggestions will be able to be implemented.
Please take a few minutes to complete a short survey.
The existing Brush Creek & 82 Park and Ride
After feedback has been collected a final design will be drafted and presented to the Elected Officials Transportation Committee (EOTC) for final approval.
Construction is expected to get underway in 2021. Parking and mass transit operations will continue during the improvement process.
Thank you for your participation in this important facility improvement process!