The promise of the Mason Corridor project
The new bus line is expected to reshape commuter patterns across the city. In doing so, it is already playing a role in the plans of apartment complex developers, schools, bowling alley owners and theater managers alike.
Construction on the $87 million, five-mile project kicks off in June. MAX will provide service every 10 minutes for travelers along Mason Street, which is just one block west of College Avenue, one of Fort Collins’ busiest streets. The line will begin at the Downtown Transit Center at the intersection of Laporte and Maple Streets and go as far south as a South Transit Center south of Harmony Road, which will be constructed later on in the project.
Disruptions are definitely going to be part of life before MAX service begins in 2014. For instance, Burlington Northern Santa Fe in July will replace rail in certain areas, shutting down train traffic in Fort Collins
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