Category: Advocacy, Bike Commuting 101
This info just came across the wire ... This area is a real lynch pin in terms of connectivity. We'll continue to monitor this and advocate for bicycle-friendly improvements!
Join the City of Omaha, April 12, 2012, 5:00 pm at the Mutual of Omaha Auditorium, 3301 Dodge Street, to kick-off the S-Curve Area Connectivity Project.
S-Curve Area Connectivity Project Public Open House
Date: April 12, 2012
Time: 5:00 pm; Presentation at 5:15 pm
Location: Mutual of Omaha Auditorium, 3301 Dodge Street
Please enter through the doors on the west side of the building
The purpose of this project is to provide safe and efficient traffic flow on Dodge Street, the major east-west arterial for the City of Omaha, as well as improved connections between Dodge Street, Douglas Street, Park Avenue, Turner Boulevard, and 30th Street. This project is driven by the lack of northbound and southbound street connectivity in the study area and existing roadway conditions resulting from the two sharp curves which connect eastbound Dodge Street to Douglas Street.
The S-Curve Area Connectivity Project will identify transportation improvements for the study area that represent community input and future planning goals for the City of Omaha. These improvements will provide enhanced mobility, improved connectivity, opportunities for community growth and economic development, and long-term sustainability in the area.
For more information email S-CurveConnectivity@hdrpi.com.