NOVEMBER 22: A public meeting has been scheduled for Wed. December 11th, at the County Service Center, LRC Meeting Room A, 4135 Washtenaw Ave. from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., to see the final recommendations of the corridor right-of-way, transit design study. The meeting will include a 20-minute presentation, then an hour of public open house format to review the detailed cross-sections, transit stop designs, and other pedestrian facility designs. Go here for a press release.
Interested to see the final draft recommendation of the future corridor cross-section, showing travel lanes, bike lanes, and transit? GO HERE.
AUGUST 6: Please follow this link to download the full report and summary of all the public feedback received from the four public workshops and online public feedback forum. Thank you to all who participated and took the time to participate!
JULY 10: The online public feedback forum is now closed. The survey was available until July 1st for public input. The feedback from both the public workshops and online input will be compiled and presented in about a month, so check back for further information!
JUNE 3: ReImagine Washtenaw completed four identical public workshops in late May. Over 120 citizens attended, and numerous elected officials and staff from all four jurisdictions were involved. Thanks to everyone that participated!
The Vision for the Washtenaw Avenue Corridor
A corridor that supports a high quality of life with walkable shopping options, housing choices, efficient transit service, great public spaces, bike paths, and access to educational, cultural and employment centers.
Implementation is currently underway including improvements at the new Arbor Hills Crossing shopping center and the recently completed US-23 interchange pathway. You’re already seeing the vision take shape, and there’s more to come!
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