All Draft Recommendations Now Ready for Review

In the posts preceding this one, you’ll see highlights of recommendations for potential improvements along Albuquerque’s historic Central Avenue Corridor. The goal is to make the most of opportunities created by the planned bus rapid transit line along the Corridor.

There are 11 sections available for review, including an introduction. Two address big issues of concern to all — equity and inclusion in the economic and social benefits of Corridor improvements; and strategies to overcome financial barriers and leverage future investment. Seven sections address concerns and opportunities in neighborhoods near the University, West Central, Downtown, EDo, Nob Hill, International and Old Town transit station areas.

Explore each section here:

Introduction and Station Types
University
West Central
Downtown
EDo
Nob Hill
International
Old Town
Equity and Inclusion
Finance

Online comments and questions are welcome anytime, of course. And plans are in the works for community meetings along the corridor to focus on specific topics in the section drafts.

To register your interest in specific station areas, go here. Meetings are already scheduled for addressing the equity and inclusion sections and finance:

Community Focus Group 
Opportunities for Equity and Inclusion on Central Avenue


Tuesday, October 17, 10:00 A.M.


Mid-Region Council of Governments


809 Copper Ave NW


Albuquerque, NM 87102

Opportunities for Financing (Re)Development on Central Avenue
Tuesday, October 17, 2 P.M.
Mid-Region Council of Governments
809 Copper Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

For a refresher on the basics of the process that got us to this point, go here. And here is a summary of the work we did together during an intensive community workshop in March.

The draft sections now available for review were heavily informed by that week of collaboration. So, again, thanks for your participation at each of the stages that helped us move closer to a final report that can be considered for incorporation into action plans for the Corridor. Please continue your support.