Planning & Projects: Regional Rapid Transit

Regional Rapid Transit, or RRT, is the Project Development and Environment (PD&E) study that will advance the bus rapid transit (BRT) project connecting Downtown St. Petersburg, the Gateway area, Westshore, Downtown Tampa, the USF area, and Wesley Chapel. While we know the project will use I-275, this two-year study will determine the amount of the route that is dedicated (uses a lane separate from cars), where the stations will be, and how the vehicles will get to the stations. This study will also determine approximately how much it will cost and how it will be paid for.

Click here to learn more on Regional Rapid Transit, and see a video on what the project will bring to Tampa Bay.

 

Learn More About Regional Rapid Transit

Click the Regional Rapid Transit logo above for more on this project. You can learn more about the project's goals, purpose and need, see recent news reports, send us your comments on a crowdsource map, and more!

Regional Transit Feasibility Plan Final Report

Executive Summary

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Plan Approach and Management

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Developing and Evaluating Alternatives

View Part 3A View Part 3B

Identifying the Catalyst

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Public Engagement

View Part 5

If you need help accessing information in the RTFP Final Report, please contact Chris Jadick, Director of Communications, at Chris.Jadick@TBARTA.com.