From the City of Tempe:
- We sincerely apologize for the delayed notification of tonight’s meeting. Door hangers were to be delivered to all business and residents in the area but there was a vendor error with the distribution. We hope you are able to attend the meeting.
The city of Tempe is holding a public meeting to talk with residents, businesses and organizations about a project to improve pedestrian and bicycle facilities, enhance the streetscape and calm traffic on University Drive between the Union Pacific Railroad (east of Farmer Avenue) and Priest Drive. This project is funded with $1.1 million in federal grant money.
The meeting will be held Oct. 30 at the Dennis J. Cahill Senior Center at the Westside Multi-Gen Center at 715 W. Fifth Street, Tempe at 6 p.m.
Discussion at the meeting will include:
· Presentation of the project scope and draft design concept
· Gathering input from residents, businesses and organizations on the draft design concept
· Updating the public about the project process and timeline
The project will include bicycle and pedestrian enhancements, additional crosswalk opportunities, ADA improvements, public art and landscaping. The project is intended to promote neighborhood stability, sustainable business and development efforts while continuing Tempe’s commitment to alternative modes of transportation.
To comment online, visit: www.tempe.gov/universitydrive
Eric Iwersen, Project Manager