RTC NEWS — The Regional Transportation Commission will host a public meeting for the Keystone Avenue Corridor Study on Thursday, May 22 at the McKinley Arts and Culture Center located at 925 Riverside Drive in Reno from 5 – 7 pm.
This is the third community meeting for the study which will focus on specific design alternatives and options for the public to consider which have developed to improve the safety, mobility and access along the Keystone Avenue corridor. Attendees will have the opportunity to provide comments and choose their preference for which alternatives are carried forward into the draft report of the study.
The specific alternatives to be presented include concepts for the intersection of California Avenue and Keystone Avenue; concepts for bicycle facilities along Keystone and Vine Street; concepts for the intersections of Keystone Avenue at both Kings Row and University Terrace; roadway improvements and striping concepts north of West 7th Street to Coleman Avenue.
The public is invited to stop by anytime between 5 – 7 pm to meet with the project team, ask questions and learn more about the alternatives that have been developed with the public’s input.
“These meetings provides the public with opportunities to give us input and share their ideas and suggestions to make the Keystone Avenue corridor safer and more accessible,” said Amy Cummings, RTC director of planning.
For information about the study visit www.rtcwashoe.com and click on HOT TOPICS.
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