The North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project is a proposed enhanced bus network that would increase connectivity and provide high-quality bus service and transit infrastructure in North San Fernando Valley communities from Northridge on the west to North Hollywood on the east. This new approach, called the BRT Network Improvements, builds off of extensive outreach and Metro Board direction following prior studies and completion of an Alternatives Analysis for a single-line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project in 2019.
The North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project complements other Metro efforts, including the NextGen Bus Plan, East San Fernando Valley Light Rail, North Hollywood to Pasadena Transit Corridor, Sepulveda Transit Corridor, G Line (Orange) Improvements, and Metro Micro, to create better public transportation across the valley by adding faster and more reliable bus service.
North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project Overview Video
We are also looking at ways to provide better connections with other existing and planned bus and rail services.
The primary corridors to be improved through the BRT Network Improvements include Roscoe Boulevard, Nordhoff Street and Lankershim Boulevard, with additional improvements planned for Reseda Boulevard, Sherman Way, Vanowen Street and Victory Boulevard. The project also includes a station connection with Panorama City, Northridge and California State University, Northridge (CSUN).
Learn more about the project by visiting the online StoryMap and explore the interactive maps and information on your own time.
This project is slated to open between 2023-2025.
View the video recording from our June 2022 Community Update Meeting: https://youtu.be/TETc1t7dH3E
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