Westwood Village / Delridge

Westwood Village

In response to feedback collected during Phase 1, pedestrian safety improvements such as crosswalks and ADA-accessible intersections have been added to the H Line design. Other scheduled Delridge improvements include roadway pavement repairs and a designated business access and transit (BAT) lane. The Route 120 upgrade to RapidRide also means station waiting areas will be larger and it will be easier to transfer between buses and other RapidRide lines at Westwood Village.

Delridge

Phase 1 outreach and feedback helped identify needed improvements to pedestrian safety and travel times. New crosswalks, ADA-accessible intersections, roadway pavement repairs, and bus priority signals at select intersections are being added to the design to address community needs and concerns. The Route 120 upgrade to RapidRide also means station waiting areas will be larger and it will be easier to transfer to the future light rail line.

What is a business access and transit (BAT) lane?

BAT lanes are outside lanes reserved for buses and right-turning vehicles only. They improve access to businesses and residences and save time for transit riders. BAT lanes also enhance the capacity of the remaining travel lanes by removing buses from general traffic.

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Westwood Village and Delridge
Route and Improvements
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Map of H Line bus route in Westwood Village/Delridge, including details of improvement areas. To request this information in alternative formats, call 206-477-3842 (TTY Relay: 711).

Have a Say

Your input helped make these design decisions, and now we need your help with a few others. Existing bus stops that see the most use will be upgraded to RapidRide stations. Help us prioritize which amenities you’d most like to see at your closest station by taking our survey on the Provide Feedback page.

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