LinkUS is a regional mobility effort for Central Ohio with connections in Bexley. As the region continues to grow, it seeks to bring high-capacity transit and infrastructure improvements to the region. With goals such as sustainability, traffic management, access to jobs and housing, innovation, and economic development, it will move Central Ohio and Bexley forward.
Three potential corridors pass through or near to Bexley, with routes under consideration along Main Street, Broad Street, and 5th Avenue. Currently, the East Main Street project is in early planning stages, and is anticipated to be the first LinkUS component in Bexley. Learn more about LinkUS and how it can benefit our community at linkuscolumbus.com.
LinkUS Bexley Design Session on May 27
The LinkUS initiative has organized a design session for the proposed LinkUS East Main bus rapid transit stations. To learn more about the LinkUS project, visit linkuscolumbus.org. Bexley has been participating in the early planning stages, and we’ve emphasized our support for meaningful transit development, while also being careful to preserve the streetscape, walkability, and economic […]
LinkUS Informational Event at Bexley City Hall – Monday, March 21 at 6:00 pm
Join us on March 21, 2022, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm at the Bexley City Hall for a presentation and facilitated discussion with LinkUS. This mobility initiative aims to provide equitable transportation options for residents and visitors, ensure access to jobs and affordable housing, promote economic growth, and improve sustainability. Mayor Kessler will be hosting representatives […]