CMAX Bus Rapid Transit Project Open House Scheduled for Tuesday, September 1
COLUMBUS, OH—The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) has completed the final design for the
CMAX Cleveland Avenue Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)/Enhanced Bus Corridor project and will begin
construction early next year. CMAX will transport riders between Downtown Columbus and Polaris
Parkway/Africa Road, connecting them with major destinations and other transit services.
Find out the latest news about the CMAX at the next public open house!
-Check out the new CMAX bus design and pylons
-Get updates on corridor design and station public art
-Learn more about construction and the estimated schedule
-Provide valuable input
Public Open House
Tues., Sept. 1, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. (Presentation at 6:30 p.m.)
Crossroads Baptist Church
5075 Cleveland Ave., Columbus, OH 43231
Can’t make the open house? No problem, join the discussion online!
COTA is also hosting an online open house at cotabrt.com that will be available 24 hours a day
Sept. 1-30. The online format will allow you to view the same information that will be shown at
the in-person public open house and provide input.
The 15.6-mile CMAX Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)/Enhanced Bus Corridor route will serve
customers every 10 minutes between Downtown Columbus and SR-161 during rush hours,
with enhanced service to Polaris Parkway/Africa Road every 30 minutes. Traffic signal priority
and limited stops will allow customers to reach their destinations up to 15 minutes faster.
CMAX buses and stops will be uniquely branded to attract new riders and develop community
infrastructure along the corridor. Enhanced shelters and stations, including a new Northland
transit center and upgraded Northern Lights Park & Ride, will display real time information and
feature community art. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2016, with service launching in