The Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study has been in play since 2017, focusing on identifying a design for the corridor that better serves the community.

Design options were released in July 2018 and narrowed down by public vote; although only 779 people participated in the voting process. More on that HERE.

Since that time, the project team has drafted a final design using feedback solicited from the public which will be unveiled at a community meeting that will take place 5:30-8:15 p.m. on May 1 at the Audubon Park K-8 School, located at 1500 Falcon Drive [GMap].

Although the plan hasn’t been released, we’ve been told that it will include elements like:

  • Continuous sidewalks
  • New features for cyclists
  • A street design that can slow speeds and improve safety
  • More trees for shade and appearances

The plan report will be posted HERE prior to the meeting. Public comments will be collected through May 31.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of

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