A Community Advisory Group (CAG) of community members representing different sectors and industries will be formed at the beginning of the study and will meet to guide the development of the project and provide feedback. The CAG will include affected businesses, first responders, community leaders, and other stakeholders, perhaps including transit agencies, environmental groups, utility groups, bicycle clubs, disability groups, and public safety officials. Summaries of and materials from CAG meetings will be available on the resources tab.
By The Numbers
How many vehicles cross the intersection every day?
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