Transit-oriented development (TOD) prepares for transit-supportive land uses and improved pedestrian, bike, and auto access within a half mile of each of the 10 station areas. Bus Rapid Transit-Oriented Development (BRTOD) is a type of development that includes a mix of housing, office, retail, or other amenities - integrated into a walkable neighborhood. Station area plans help communities create better access to jobs, housing, and opportunities for people of all ages and incomes. Learn more.
Gold Line Partners, comprised of local elected officials, business and community leaders, brings together people and organizations that support the METRO Gold Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. Gold Line Partners engages with the public to inform and build support for the project.
Gold Line BRT will be operational by 2024, with your help. Provide feedback as the project progresses through local and federal processes. Learn why the business community supports the proposal. See 6 things you can do today to help make Gold Line BRT a reality.