C-TRAN is hosting an open house to provide information and gather feedback on the Fisher’s Landing Transit Center Redevelopment Feasibility Study.
C-TRAN has initiated a feasibility study to determine the economic viability of potential transit-oriented development at the Fisher’s Landing Transit Center.
WHAT IS A TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT?
Transit-oriented developments, or TODs, are walkable environments with direct access to frequent transit service and a mix of uses, including housing, office space, retail, and other community amenities that enhance livability.
WHY FISHER’S LANDING?
Fisher’s Landing is an interesting ‘TOD’ candidate because it operates seven bus routes and C-Vans with hundreds of customers passing through it each day.
C-TRAN is committed to serving our customers’ needs as we explore future opportunities at the transit center. That is why we need your input!
Please join us...
Thursday, February 15 from 4–7 PM
Fisher’s Landing Transit Center (3510 SE 164th Avenue)
The Rose F. Besserman Community Room (second floor)
The open house is for drop-in participation and will not include a formal presentation. C-TRAN staff and project consultants will be available to answer questions and take your feedback.