Subject: City hosting second meeting Feb. 17 for Havana corridor study
** Meeting will be available in English with interpretation option in Spanish and Korean on Zoom. Visit AuroraGov.org/Havana to pre-register for meeting.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: Feb. 1, 2021
Media Contact: Julie Patterson
Senior Communications Strategist
City hosting second meeting Feb. 17 for Havana corridor study
AURORA, Colo. – The public is invited to attend a virtual meeting from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, to review initial recommendations to improve walking, biking, transit riding and driving on the Havana Street corridor based on feedback gathered from residents and businesses.
These recommendations will be refined based on input gathered at this meeting, and will guide future improvements on Havana Street when funding is available.
The city has been studying the Havana Street corridor from Montview Boulevard to Dartmouth Avenue with an eye toward improved safety and mobility for all users along the busy corridors.
The intent is to create a future Havana Street corridor that is pedestrian and bicycle friendly but also efficient for other travel modes; safe for all travelers; a diverse cultural hub; represents and promotes the needs of existing and future economic development and the community; maintains distinct characteristics of corridor subareas; and is activated by arts and entertainment elements.
The study will create a corridor vision, goals, brand enhancements, land use framework and recommended transportation improvements that recognizes the diverse needs of Aurora’s residents, business owners, visitors and traveling public.
Key stakeholders involved in the project include the Havana Business Improvement District, the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Regional Transportation District, the Denver Regional Council of Governments, nearby neighborhood organizations, and the city and county of Denver.
To register for the meeting and obtain information on how to connect, visit AuroraGov.org/Havana.
For questions, contact Huiliang Liu at 303.739.7265 or [email protected] or Tom Worker-Braddock at 303.739.7340 or [email protected].
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See Press Release here: Havana Corridor Study No. 2 Public Meeting Release