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

  • From: "William Benjamin" <blindwilly@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2014 22:39:58 -0400



It was good to see you the other day:  things just go by too fast.  Hay to
you both







From: tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Evelyn Worley
Sent: Monday, October 6, 2014 10:59 AM
To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [tabi] Information on the CK Steele bus plaza


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. 


Evelyn Worley, COMS, CVRT
Assistant Director

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Mobility 101: What's Up With CK Steele Plaza?

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.

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.

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.

The following are the buses assigned to each gate upon entering CK Steele

Gate 1: Canopy (eastbound)

Gate 3: Canopy (westbound)

Gate 11: Moss (southbound); Route 5 (southbound)

Gate 12: Evergreen (eastbound)

Gate 13: Moss (northbound); Route 5 (northbound)

Gate 14: Dogwood (southbound)

Gate 15: Azalea (westbound); Route 1 (westbound)

Gate 16: Big Bend (northbound); Route 2 (northbound)

Gate 17: Evergreen (westbound)

Gate 18: Route 2 (southbound)

Gate 19: Dogwood (northbound); Route 1 (eastbound)

Gate 20: Azalea (eastbound)

Gate 21: Forest (northbound)

Gate 22: Big Bend (southbound)

Gate 24: Southwood Express (eastbound)

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 <mailto:eworley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>   or
sdavis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:sdavis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>  .





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