|Final report cover|
But the Study is back, and will be at the Planning Commission tomorrow with an informational presentation on what looks like the final report.
It may be necessary to revisit this later this week, but at the moment it doesn't look there are any major changes - but it does look a little smaller, like it has been dialed back some to be more modest in totality, and it may be useful to compare the final recommendations to the draft ones in finer detail.
The big things strike me as still being retained.
There's the buffered bike lanes for Commercial.
|Buffered bike lanes on Commercial|
(yellow highlighting added)
|Southbound continuation on Commercial at Liberty|
Note the signal and green paint!
|Southbound continuation - plan view|
|It's nice to see an "official" image that clearly shows a problem|
|Final report has no mid-block crossing at Fred Meyer|
|An earlier draft phase did show a mid-block crossing|
You may remember that the beacons and crosswalks was in an ARTS grant application, and that process with the State has also been delayed. Hopefully this summer there will be good news to announce.
Reversal on May's Landing
|Current proposed site plan - Staff Report|
The Planning Commission meets Tuesday the 17th - like everything's happening on the 17th! - at 5:30pm at City Hall in Council Chambers.
(For previous notes on the Commercial-Vista Corridor Study, see here. The City's project site is here. For more on May's Landing see here.)