Pierce County drivers are worried that their primary route is about to be put on a diet in order to make transit run faster.
Pierce Transit’s Rebecca Japhet said the bus routes on Pacific Avenue in this area are the busiest in its system with nearly 6,000 boardings a day.
Pierce Transit is wrapping-up a two-year study on what should be done with the corridor. Light rail, high-speed rail, and bus rapid transit are all being considered. Bus rapid transit appears to be the front-runner.
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