I found these four maps in one of the appendices of the Regional Connector’s draft environmental impact statement/report. I posted them because they’re kind of interesting — it’s a chance to see both population and job density around some of Metro’s current and future transit lines in the years 2005 and 2035.
As many of you know, the general rule of thumb is the more density, the better transit does. It’s also worth noting that residential and commercial projects around transit will likely add density in the future. Click on any of the maps below for a closer view.
Categories: Policy & Funding