We’re entering the final stages of the collaborative effort to make the most of investments in improved transportation options along Albuquerque’s historic Central Avenue.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll present sections of the draft report for community review. And we’ll soon post a list of public meetings along the Corridor for folks to discuss draft components important to them. Of course, the comment section here on the website is always ready for feedback.
You can see how we got to this point by checking out the summary of the March workshop exploring goals and strategies for Central Ave. improvements. Remember, illustrations in all the documents are responses to priorities that arose from community discussions. They’re conversation aids, not depictions of already determined outcomes. Plenty of time left for more discussion.
First to be released are the Introduction and Station Types sections. The Introduction is an executive summary of our work together and an overview of what this potential amendment to the Route 66 Action Plan is all about. The Station Types section makes it clear that while each area of the Central corridor is unique in character, most of the corridor shares some common barriers to livability. This section defines the different types of stations and provides actions to address the common barriers.
Download and review emerging drafts:
Check back next week as the releases continue.