Walkability survey will help guide light-rail growth Article by Chao Xiong
TC Daily Planet Article: St. Paul residents speak out against transit cuts coming from state budget battle
Article by Dave Hertz
Click here to read the full article: http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/news/2011/07/10/st-paul-residents-speak-out-against-transit-cuts-coming-state-budget-battle
TC Daily Planet: Central Corridor businesses challenge LRT report, make an emotional plea for survival
Article by, Sharon Rolenc, Details the two public hearings on the Supplemental Environmental Assessment on Construction Impact on Business Revenue and the communities outcries regarding the findings.
The Metropolitan Council has released the Draft Supplemental Environment Assessments Impacts on Business Revunues
The Metropolitan Council released the Draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment: Construction-Related Potential Impacts on Business Revenues on March 1, 2011.
The document is open to public comment. Comments may be submitted in writing or in person at two public hearings scheduled for:
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
8 am and 6pm
In preparation of the Central Corridor Light Rail project, construction crews will be removing bus shelters from Emerald to Hamline starting the week of February 28, 2011.
For more information call the Construction Hotline: 651-602-1404
The Met Council is seeking community input for public art at the Western, Victoria and Hamline Stations. For more info click here http://dcc-stpaul-mpls.org/content/voice-your-opinion-central-corridor-public-art-hamline-victoria-and-western-stations
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Contact: Jeremy Drucker; 612-670-9650
Dayton Picks Susan Haigh To Chair Metropolitan CouncilDayton names Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity CEO to head Council
Walk a mile in Minnesota winter? Carrying a baby or groceries? No problem, thought the Central Corridor planners. Then the Stops for Us coalition gave a voice to the folks who live and walk or take the bus home along University Avenue. Because of their efforts, the Hamline, Victoria and Western stops on the Central Corridor line were added to serve the people living in the heart of the Frogtown and Summit-University neighborhoods.