Bayshore Intermodal Station Access Study | Study Products and Schedule

Download the Final Report, chapters of which are referenced below.


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Existing Conditions Analysis: Assessment of the area's existing transportation system for deficiencies and potential effects of proposed development.


Completed; see Chapter 2.

Outreach: Engagement with surrounding communities and key stakeholders.


Completed; see Chapter 4.

Transit Service Planning and Parking Analysis: Analysis of the station's future transit needs, including space needed for LRT, BRT, local buses, and shuttles, and  parking demand and supply.


Completed; see Chapter 2.

Station Access Planning and Design: Development of station design alternatives and evaluation of trade-offs.


Completed; see Chapter 3.

Design and Development Guidelines: Urban design guidelines for surrounding area, land use strategies to maximize transit ridership at the station, parking management strategies, and travel demand management strategies.


Completed; see Chapter 6.

Funding and Implementation Plan: Steps, agency roles, funding sources and coordination needed to move the project into environmental analysis, engineering design, and construction.


Completed; see Chapter 7.

Phasing Plan: Interim station access strategy as new land use and transportation projects come on-line incrementally.


Completed; see Chapter 7.

Final Report and Study Completion


Final Report completed and adopted by the Transportation Authority Board on March 27, 2012.