BOOST and Signature

A METRONext Moving Forward Plan investment

A Better Walk. A Better Stop. A Better Ride.

METRO’s BOOST network includes 17 high-ridership, frequent bus routes. To enhance the customer experience, the METRONext Moving Forward Plan provides for speed, reliability and access improvements to these routes. At or near many stops, this may include:

  • New or improved sidewalks
  • Accessibility upgrades
  • Bus shelters with lighting
  • Digital real-time bus arrival information
  • Traffic signal improvements

The highest ridership route is 82 Westheimer. For this route, the plan introduces Westheimer Signature Bus Service which will include infrastructure and service improvements.

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Digital sign affixed to top of bus stop information pole showing real-time arrival information for next bus along 56 Airline / Montrose route.

Current BOOST Projects

56 Airline / Montrose bus riding past recently enhanced bus shelter.

56 Airline / Montrose

Construction is now in progress along a 1.5 mile stretch of Studewood Street between White Oak Drive and Cavalcade Street.

54 Scott bus approaching bus stop near TSU-UH Athletics District train station.

54 Scott

Planning is now in progress along an 11 mile stretch of the route between Downtown Transit Center and MLK Health Center on Swingle Road (north of Almeda-Genoa).

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