Community Education and Engagement
Our team is committed to an interactive and collaborative community education and engagement process to help make Phoenix BRT a success.
Check it out! The
BRT Community Education and Engagement Plan (PDF) identifies strategies and activities to educate and engage the community in developing the BRT program.
From February to December 2020, the Phoenix BRT program launched an education and engagement campaign to provide continuous opportunities for the community to learn about the program and provide input on the six potential corridors and four potential networks. To best reach the community, BRT program staff employed both traditional in-person and virtual outreach methods and provided all materials in both English and Spanish. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, outreach efforts shifted to virtual platforms in March 2020.
Community Outreach Phase 1 - 2020
The Community Engagement Summary 2020 (PDF) identifies outreach tools and materials used to engage and educate the public and solicit feedback: • Transit analysis maps• Social media• Program webpage (www.phoenix.gov/brt)• Project fact sheet• Frequently asked questions (FAQs)• “BRT 101" videos• Online meeting webpage• In-person/virtual meetings with all 15 City of Phoenix Village Planning Committees• In-person/virtual meetings with community groups• News releases and television programs• Live virtual public meetings• Shape Your BRT survey