High Performance Transit Network
A High Performance Transit Network (HPT Network) is a series of local and regional transportation corridors offering frequent, reliable, all day mass transit service. As a whole, the HPT provides a higher level of mobility, allowing customers greater access to the public transportation system and the ability to reach more destinations.
One main goal of the HPT is to establish a high level of connectivity. As always, bus, Paratransit and Vanpool services are provided, but will operate with enhanced efficiency.
What will public transportation look like in the next 5, 10, and 25 years?
The vision for HPT will be defined in the Comprehensive Plan, a living document and planning tool that guides our decisions in preparing for the future while meeting the needs of today. To learn more about the Comprehensive Plan, click here.
To view a map of the HPT Network Plan, as adopted by the STA Board of Directors, click here.
To view the characteristics of the various types of service that may be available in a High Performance Transit Network, click here.