Date: Aug 14 06:37 CDT
Tonight, the UPDC Neighborhood Issues Committee looked at the next steps for Marshall Ave. We had a great visit from Paul St. Martin, a traffic engineer for the city, who walked us through various options for street improvements around the business district at Cleveland and Wilder, the Howell/Prior area, the Dewey/Fairview area, and around Central High School. Pedestrian refuges and sidewalk bump-outs are the primary strategies for the continued development of Marshall as a complete street in a neighborhood that gets more and more walkable (and bikeable) every year. Please add any comments you might have and consider joining our newly formed task force that will attempt to figure out the best path forward on Marshall Ave. Email <email obscured> if you would like to be on the task force.
See thread here.
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