[tabi] Re: Information on the CK Steele bus plaza

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  • Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2014 09:51:17 -0600

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THANX DOROTHY MARTIN​

In the name of beauty,
Dorothy Martin

On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 8:59 AM, Evelyn Worley <eworley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> wrote:

> Hi there. I hope everyone is doing well these days. I wanted to share some
> information with you that one of our O&M Specialists, Stacie Davis,
> recently put together for the Lighthouse’s Fall newsletter. The information
> follows my signature and is also attached. I hope it is helpful to you.
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> Evelyn Worley, COMS, CVRT
> Assistant Director
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> *Lighthouse of the Big Bend “Guiding People Through Vision Loss”*3071
> Highland Oaks Terrace, Tallahassee, FL 32301
> (850) 942-3658 - info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -
> http://www.lighthousebigbend.org
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> *Mobility 101: What’s Up With CK Steele Plaza?*
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> For bus travelers, it may be helpful to understand the new layout of the
> CK Steele Plaza, located on 111 West Tennessee Street, bordered by Call
> Street on the south, Adams Street on the east, and Duval Street on the west.
>
> C K Steele Plaza has two main structures that are open areas that have
> coverings to protect those waiting for their buses from the rain and the
> sun. Gates are located around these structures. Gates are areas that buses
> are assigned to go so that riders know where to wait for their desired bus.
> The gates are located on the outer edges of the structures so that the
> buses can pull in to their assigned gates. The gates are differentiated by
> numbers, which increase in value as one travels around the edge of the
> structures in a clockwise direction.
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> The information center, as well as restrooms and vending machines, is
> located in the middle of the structure to the south of Tennessee Street. At
> the information center, one can purchase bus/transfer tickets and passes
> and inquire about routes. There are also maps available at the information
> center. Gates surround the information center, restrooms, and vending
> machines. Gates surrounding the information, restrooms, and vending
> machines includes the following: 1, 3, 11, 12, 13, and 14.
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> To the south of the structure with the information center and across the
> center driveway is the other main structure which is also covered. This
> structure consists mainly of gates. Gates around this structure include the
> following: 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22. To the south of this
> structure is Call Street. There is one gate, Gate 24, that is separated
> from the two structures described. This gate is located across Adams Street.
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> The following are the buses assigned to each gate upon entering CK Steele
> Plaza.
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> Gate 1: Canopy (eastbound)
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> Gate 3: Canopy (westbound)
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> Gate 11: Moss (southbound); Route 5 (southbound)
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> Gate 12: Evergreen (eastbound)
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> Gate 13: Moss (northbound); Route 5 (northbound)
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> Gate 14: Dogwood (southbound)
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> Gate 15: Azalea (westbound); Route 1 (westbound)
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> Gate 16: Big Bend (northbound); Route 2 (northbound)
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> Gate 17: Evergreen (westbound)
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> Gate 18: Route 2 (southbound)
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> Gate 19: Dogwood (northbound); Route 1 (eastbound)
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> Gate 20: Azalea (eastbound)
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> Gate 21: Forest (northbound)
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> Gate 22: Big Bend (southbound)
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> Gate 24: Southwood Express (eastbound)
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> If you have further questions about bus travel or any other orientation
> and mobility concerns, please contact the Lighthouse’s Certified
> Orientation and Mobility Specialists, Evelyn Worley and Stacie Davis, at (850)
> 942-3658, eworley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  or sdavis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx .
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