Transit Master Plan – Open House Meetings
Updated February 2, 2017
The City of Amarillo and the Goodman Corp. held open houses for Amarillo City Transit on Jan. 25 and 26. If you missed those opportunities to say what you would like to see in the future as it relates to Amarillo City Transit’s fixed route services, you may now have your voice heard online.
Please visit www.communityremarks.com/Amarillo to add your route comments and see what neighbors have said by clicking on the map pins. You may also make general comments about the bus service using this website. Also available to those who have comment is a quick online survey, located at www.surveymonkey.com/r/AmarilloTransit.
Updated January 19, 2017
New Transit Master Plan in Development
In October 2016, the City of Amarillo initiated a project to develop a new Transit Master Plan and Management Systems Review. The new Transit Master Plan is part of the BluePrint for Amarillo – a compilation of City Council priorities and City Manager initiatives.
As part of these efforts, the City of Amarillo is seeking resident input as the Transit Master Plan is developed to identify ways to improve Amarillo City Transit fixed route services. You are encouraged to attend one of three Open Houses to talk with transit experts, learn about new route concepts, and share your ideas and suggestions for improving Amarillo City Transit. Open Houses are scheduled for:
- Wednesday, Jan. 25, 5 to 7 p.m.
Alamo Community Center, 1502 S Cleveland St
Located on Route 4, Arthur St & SE 16th Ave
Thursday, Jan. 26, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Amarillo Downtown Library, 413 SE 4th Ave
One Block East of the Transit Center
Thursday, Jan. 26, 5 to 7 p.m.
United Citizen Forum Center, 901 N Hayden St
Located on Route 1, N Hughes & NW 9th Ave or Route 1, N Hughes & Amarillo Blvd
The development of the Amarillo Master Transit Plan will continue over the next six months where there will be additional opportunities to provide input on priorities and proposed changes to the City’s public transportation services.
The City is working with the Goodman Corporation, with nearly 40 years of experience in mobility planning, to assist the City in reimagining Transit services in Amarillo and will conduct analysis and review of the City’s Transit operations in four phases:
Phase I – Community assessment analyzing the fixed routes and spec-trans services
Phase II – Develop alternative conceptual service models and test models with community input
Phase III – Develop a detailed service plan with preliminary short- and long-term investment impacts
Phase IV – Develop final recommendations and implementation strategies
The Goodman Corporation and the City encourage the completion of rider surveys and participation in stakeholder interviews, open houses, focus groups and workshops. More information will become available as the Transit Master Plan is developed.