95th Street Corridor Transportation Plan
Pace's Vision 2020 Plan
outlines Pace's goal to have a well-integrated system of public transportation
services that meets suburban and urban travel needs within the six county area
it serves. Pace is incrementally expanding its family of services throughout
the region to maximize transit ridership, develop solutions to unmet transit
needs, build local relationships, and make transit faster, more effective and
more efficient. The 95th Street Transportation Plan study is a step in that
The 95th Street Transportation Plan study area extends approximately 9 miles
from LaGrange Road on the west to Western Avenue on the east and one-half mile
north and south of 95th Street. This area consists of a mixture of commercial,
residential, and institutional land uses, as well as some vacant property.
Step One - Perform Existing Conditions Analysis and Identify
Stakeholders. This stage includes: assessing existing conditions; performing
a market analysis, organizing a Project Steering Committee; reaching out to
local organizations; and crafting and distributing a survey to identify study
Step Two - Develop and Refine Alternatives and Strategies.
The goal of this step will be to select project alternatives and economic development
strategies suitable to meet project goals and stakeholder concerns identified
in Step One.
Step Three - Prepare Transportation Improvement Plan. The
process will conclude with the development of a Transportation Improvement
Plan for the 95th Street corridor.
During the 95th Street Corridor Transportation Plan study, project documents
will be posted to the website. These documents may include draft and final
reports, study area maps, and communication pieces such as the newsletter,
project photos and graphics. Please check for updates.
The study team is interested in hearing your ideas and opinions! If you
have questions or comments about the study, please email us at