W 57th Avenue Corridor Study

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The City is studying the W 57th Avenue corridor from Garrison St to Upham St and a small section of Grandview Ave from Independence St to Garrison St.

The study is looking at ways to improve mobility and safety along the corridor for people bicycling, walking, and driving. The 2017 Bicycle Masterplan identified this corridor as the most important bike route in the city and this corridor study is the next step in developing improvements in this area.

We are engaging the public to provide feedback on issues, potential solutions, and ideas to enhance this corridor for everyone. Please provide input through our interactive map, survey, and/or email.

The study is planned to be completed by the end of 2020 with the recommendations moving into design in 2021.

The City is studying the W 57th Avenue corridor from Garrison St to Upham St and a small section of Grandview Ave from Independence St to Garrison St.

The study is looking at ways to improve mobility and safety along the corridor for people bicycling, walking, and driving. The 2017 Bicycle Masterplan identified this corridor as the most important bike route in the city and this corridor study is the next step in developing improvements in this area.

We are engaging the public to provide feedback on issues, potential solutions, and ideas to enhance this corridor for everyone. Please provide input through our interactive map, survey, and/or email.

The study is planned to be completed by the end of 2020 with the recommendations moving into design in 2021.

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Study Corridor - Issues and Concerns

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You can use this interactive web map to pinpoint any locations where you have noticed an issue or have a concern related to bicycling, walking or driving. We will use this information as we continue the study and make decisions about what locations need improvements, and which improvements we will recommend.

You can use this interactive web map to pinpoint any locations where you have noticed an issue or have a concern related to bicycling, walking or driving. We will use this information as we continue the study and make decisions about what locations need improvements, and which improvements we will recommend.