Find opportunities to participate in the Southwest Corridor Plan.
You can still play Shape Southwest, the interactive game that lets you build an investment plan for the Southwest corridor. Balance benefits and tradeoffs – and a limited budget – and make improvements in your community.
Shape Southwest and the related questionnaire were available to collect public input from Nov. 14 through Jan. 1. Go
The blog is the best place to find answers to frequently asked questions. Go to the blog
Find public involvement publications in the project library Go
The Southwest Corridor Plan will be successful to the degree that it reflects the values and interests of the community it is intended to serve. That means there’s an important role for you!
Find out about the process for narrowing down the wide range of potential projects. Go
Find out what residents, businesses and other stakeholders said should be the focus of the Southwest Corridor Plan.
Public involvement report: Scoping
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Public involvement report: Screening
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Public involvement report:
Focus group comments
Focus groups made up of corridor residents, commuters and students were held to assess public opinion about the corridor that was not biased by knowing the project partners, specific project area or scope.These discussions provided overarching opinions on the corridor, identified its attributes, problems and specific ways the community thinks the area should be improved.
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