This briefing document summarizes the outcome of the State Road (SR) 436 Transit Corridor Study. This effort is the product of extensive collaboration between LYNX and its regional and local partners. LYNX and its partners worked hard to get community input at each stage of the study. The feedback helped inform the vision for a transit-friendly SR 436. Final Briefing DocumentDownload A shorter briefing document is also available through this link.
This report compiles the results of the SR 436 Transit Corridor Study and includes: Findings from the Study,Recommendations for limited-stop service and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) between the Orlando International Airport and the Altamonte Springs SunRail station, andNext steps for implementing the recommendations Final ReportDownload PDF (5 MB) A high resolution version suitable for printing can be downloaded through this link.
The objective for the Offline Ridership Modeling task was to develop ridership estimates for the project alternatives identified by the study (see Review of Alternatives). The ridership estimates were developed using ridership forecasting tools from the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). Ridership Modeling ReportDownload
Smaller pieces of the study have been documented in various technical reports available through the links below. Market assessment (PDF, 700 KB) Transit operational analyses Operations planning technical memo (PDF, 1 MB)GTFS development (PDF, 113 KB)Memo on short-term alternatives (PDF, 272 KB) Funding program and next steps Funding program and next steps (PDF, 766 KB)
This document summarizes the transit onboard survey data obtained by LYNX in July 2017. It describes the dataset used for the analysis, provides basic information about survey respondents, and describes transit travel patterns—including access, egress, and transfer activity. Onboard Survey Data Summary (PDF, 10 MB) Appendix A: Route Summaries (PDF, 2.9 MB) Appendix B: Origin-Destination Matrices (PDF, 1.4 MB)