Final reporting has been completed for the DivisionConnects study. Please look under the “Study Reports/Documents” tab to view documents from Phases 1 and 2 of the study. The Phase 2 report will be presented to Boards and elected bodies in Summer 2022 with a request for approval in late Summer/Fall 2022. Design of the Division bus rapid transit line will continue through a preliminary engineering process, led by Spokane Transit.
PHASE 2 DOCUMENTS
Phase 2 DivisionConnects Vision and Implementation Strategy – Final Report
Appendix F: All Ages & Abilities Active Transportation Strategies
Appendix I: Active Transportation Project Recommendations
Appendix J: BRT Case Studies: Land Use & Economic Development Memorandum
Appendix K: BRT Implementation: Policy Review Memorandum
Appendix L: Land Use Node Information Sheets
Appendix M: Land Use Visual Sourcebook
Appendix N: Phase 2 Land Use Modeling Results and Analysis
PHASE 1 DOCUMENTS
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Project Manager Jason Lien
The study concluded in Summer 2022. This site provides links to documents and reports produced by the study.
Planning for the Future of Division Street
Beginning in 2020, DivisionConnects was a collaborative transportation and land use study about Division Street, spanning from downtown Spokane to its northern connection to the North Spokane Corridor. The first phase of the study concluded in Spring 2021 with identification of a preferred alternative for bus transit. The second phase of the study concluded in Summer 2022. It focused on active transportation recommendations and land use opportunities in support of future investment in bus rapid transit.
The DivisionConnects Phase 2 report will be presented to Boards and elected bodies, with the expectation of approval in late Summer/Fall 2022. Concurrently, STA is moving ahead with a multi-year preliminary engineering and design process to implement high performance bus rapid transit along Division Street.