Access to transit measures the ease of reaching transit services. It is a key indicator of how well the region’s transportation
system is functioning and serving people and businesses. Economic development has many ties to locations
where transit accessibility is high. It also helps to identify gaps where transit accessibility needs improvement.
Use this map to see the reach of our current fixed-route transit system as well as the walk access that people
have within five, 15, and 30 minutes of a transit stop. This map is dynamic, which means that as you
pan and zoom around the map, the household population recalculates to show the number and percentages of persons within your map view.
Questions can be directed to the following SEMCOG staff:
Source: Household Population - 2010 Decennial Census data synthesized and allocated to small area by SEMCOG, and 2017 transit network data from the following providers: DDOT, SMART, LET, AAATA, BWAT, UMTS, People Mover, QLINE.
Current Map View Summary
Move around the map and/or change the slider bar to see the chart change.