Third Public Open House Meeting - January 17, 2019

 

Come see the vision for the N. 33rd & Cornhusker area!

The third and final public information open house for the Planning Phase was held Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Center for People In Need, 3901 N. 27th St., in Lincoln, NE.

At the meeting, the project team presented the draft N. 33rd & Cornhusker Subarea Plan and Cornhusker Highway Corridor Enhancement Plan from 11th to 56th streets.

These plans include maps and recommendations for:

  • land use

  • development/redevelopment

  • transportation/infrastructure

  • connectivity

  • floodplain

  • quality of life

  • trail system needs

Representatives from the project team were available to answer questions. The Subarea Plan and Corridor Enhancement Plan are currently available to review. The Subarea and Corridor Enhancement plans are in final draft form, and we are asking members of the public, especially citizens and businesses in north Lincoln, to provide feedback on them. The plans provide a longer-term vision for north Lincoln ranging from:

  • Salt Creek Roadway to Superior Street;

  • North 27th and North 48th streets; and

  • Along the Cornhusker Highway corridor between North 11th and North 56th streets.

The proposed plans will help guide City review of private projects and zoning, transit and parks services, and the engineering and design of new transportation projects over the next 10 to 20 years.

Esta reunion publica esta relacionada a la fase de planeamiento del proyecto de las calles N 33rd y Cornhusker. Por favor llame a Adrain Tarango al (308)398-2943 si le gustaria recibir mas informacion en español acerca del estudio. Un interprete estara disponible para la reunion publica.

Public Information Meeting Materials

Final Four Transportation Alternatives

All four of the potential final alternatives below represent feasible long-range options.  Although Alternative 1D has been shown as the preliminary preferred alternative in the Subarea Plan, this alternative is not final and will be studied in greater detail during the environmental investigation and preliminary engineering phase.  The last alternative below shows preliminarily what could be included in the RTSD construction project without long range roadways shown.  If Alternatives 1B, 1E, or Modified C are selected to move into final design, the Subarea Plan would be amended.  The decision on the final transportation alternative will be made based in part on public discussion and open transparency.