ReImagine Washtenaw Public Workshops Announced

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ReImagine Washtenaw will hold four identical public workshops on May 28, 29, 30 and 31. The public may attend any of these four workshops. Stakeholder input and feedback is being sought as part of the HUD-funded corridor right-of-way study. Participants will see a 30 minute presentation on Complete Streets and then visit a series of stations providing input on safe pedestrian crossings, adding bike lanes, transit stops, and sidewalks to the corridor, and providing their vision on the future of mass transit along the corridor. Here are the workshop dates/times/locations: Tues. May 28th, 6-8 pm at Washtenaw Co. Service Center, 4135 Wash. Ave. LRC Room A Wed. May 29th, 8-10 am at Washtenaw Co. Service Center, 4135 Wash. Ave. LRC Room A Thurs. May 30th, 7-9 pm at Carpenter Elem. School, 4250 Central Blvd., Multi-Purpose Room Fri. May 31st, 2-4 pm at EMU McKenny Hall on Cross Street, Room 330 (park in McKenny guest lot-validation provided)

There will also be an opportunity to go online and provide feedback.  

The Vision for the Washtenaw Avenue Corridor


A corridor that supports a high quality of life with walkable shopping options, housing choices, efficient transit service, great public spaces, bike paths, and access to educational, cultural and employment centers

Implementation is already underway with improvements at Arbor Hills shopping center and at the US -23 interchange. You’re already seeing the vision take shape, and there’s more to come!

Visit our Facebook page, Twitter feed, and news page link for all the latest highlights. 

            Now                                                        Potential Future

Now Reimagine Washtenaw                                  Potential Reimagine Washtenaw
 

Partners

City of Ann Arbor, Pittsfield Township, Ypsilanti Township, City of Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor Transportation Authority, Washtenaw Area Transportation Study, and Michigan Department of Transportation

Funding

Washtenaw County received the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Sustainable Communities Planning Grant

For more information, contact Nathan Voght, ReImagine Washtenaw Project Manager

T: 734-222-3860 E: voghtn@ewashtenaw.org. 

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