Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Reviving Urban Rail?!?

"He who is often rebuked, and hardens his neck,
Will suddenly be destroyed, and that without remedy."
Proverbs 29:1

That was quick:
The City of Austin will host the first public meeting for the Guadalupe Street Corridor Study to share the purpose of the study and listen to community feedback. Join area residents, students and business owners, among others to talk about how to improve the Guadalupe Corridor for pedestrians, bicycles, public transportation and cars.

Public meeting details:

Date: December 3, 2014
Time: 6 - 8 p.m.
Location: University Presbyterian Church
Address: 2203 San Antonio St. Austin, TX 78705
Validated Parking: University Co-op Parking Garage (2214 San Antonio St.)

The goal of the Guadalupe Street Transportation Corridor Project is to recommend short-term to long-term improvements to enhance mobility, safety, and the quality of life along the Guadalupe Corridor. The study area includes Guadalupe St. near the UT Austin campus, with approximate boundaries of MLK Jr. Blvd. to the south, W 29th Street to the north, Rio Grande Street to the west, and a block into the UT Austin campus to the east.
 Admittedly, it's a better location than the plan that was just defeated, but still....

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