Thursday, May 22, 2014

Keystone Avenue Corridor Study Open House

There was a good turnout at the Keystone Avenue Corridor Study Open House as residents of Reno and Sparks, NV gathered to review the proposals for improvements of the affected streets.

I followed my colleague from the office to the McKinley Art Center on Riverside Drive in downtown Reno.
 It was great to see quite a bit of support from the cycling community.
 The room was full of design proposals and people. Attendees were given the opportunity to choose whether they liked a plan, disliked a plan, or felt no difference and also submit comments. I thought the Open House was well organized.
I just hope that whatever the outcome, the roads are more friendly and safer for everyone--no matter what mode of transportation they are using.
More details on the Keystone Avenue Corridor Study can be found on the Regional Transportation Commission's planning page: http://www.rtcwashoe.com/section-planning

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