Westwood Village / Delridge
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.
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.
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Westwood Village and Delridge
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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. Our amenity prioritization survey is now closed. Check back in early 2019 for a summary of what we learned.