I completely agree. Still waiting to see the proposed Streetscape Master Plan for the Marda Loop business district from the City's Main Streets group (they did their public engagement last year and the proposed Streetscape Master Plan was supposed to go to City Council's PUD Committee in December but it got postponed for some reason), but not expecting much in the way of improvements along this particular portion of 33 AV SW. The City's original plans for the SWBRT had it going through the 33 AV SW/Crowchild interchange, right past the west end of the Marda Loop business district, but no stops there. RKHCA and others were successful in convincing the City to add stops for the business district, but the initial proposed locations for the stops (NB -- a block north of the interchange at the bottom of the ramp onto NB Crowchild; SB -- well west of the interchange past the bottom of the ramp from SB Crowchild to WB 33 AV SW, in the middle of nowhere and about as far from all the new density going into the business district as you can get) and the lack of any proposed changes to the interchange itself made it very clear that these stops were a complete afterthought, and would be not only inconvenient and uncomfortable, but also potentially dangerous, for BRT riders to walk to/from and wait at. RKHCA has been pushing for a thoughtful redesign of the interchange that would locate the new BRT stations right at the NW and NE corners of the interchange (much closer to, and more visible from, the business district), provide for a wider, buffered walkway along the north side of the interchange, and eliminate the right slip lanes (or at least the one at the NE corner of the interchange), which are notoriously dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists to cross. Our last meeting with the City on the SWBRT stations/interchange design was a year ago and we still haven't had a response, and I am pretty sure that the Streetscape Master Plan doesn't extend far enough to include the interchange. As a result I have very low expectations that any of our concerns will be addressed, which would be very unfortunate as the SWBRT is the business district's only hope for decent transit service in the forseeable future and if it is poorly implemented then we won't get as many Marda Loop residents, workers and visitors (both new and existing) as we should using transit rather than their cars, which will translate into even more traffic and parking woes for the area, and less walkability.Are there plans to remove the highway crash barrier along the sidewalk there? Surely the time has come to de-expressify the entrance to Marda Loop. It's such a rough transition to a budding walkable urban community but with a freeway ramp right into it.