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University Line Maps

Proposed light rail line

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These maps show projected job and population growth in the one-mile corridor around possible alignments of the University rail line west of Main Street. Each map is divided into quarter mile cells that are color coded according to the number of jobs or residences in that cell. The yellow line is a buffer area that includes everything one mile from the rail alignment. The total number of new jobs or new residents in a zone are shown above each map. These projections were created by the Houston-Galveston Area Council assuming current trends and policies, so our choices on transportation infrastructure and land use can alter these predictions.




Job and Population Growth by Proposed Alignment (pdf, ~160 kb each)

Westpark
Richmond
Richmond/Westpark
Richmond/Westpark/San Felipe
Richmond/Westheimer

2005 and 2035 Population by Proposed Alignment (pdf, ~160 kb each)

Westpark
Richmond
Richmond/Westpark
Richmond/Westpark/San Felipe
Richmond/Westheimer

2005 and 2035 Jobs by Proposed Alignment (pdf, ~160 kb each)

Westpark
Richmond
Richmond/Westpark
Richmond/Westpark/San Felipe
Richmond/Westheimer

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Current Land Use (pdf, 1.4mb)
This map shows the residential, commercial, office, industrial, public, and park uses of the area around the proposed University Light Rail line.

Jobs and Population at Proposed Stations (jpg, 912 kb)
As opposed to looking at the jobs and population by corridors, this map and chart show them within a quarter mile walk from proposed stations.

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