"": Above is link to City of El Paso Project Manager for creation of Great Streets policy and presentaion El Pasoans interested in helping shape the future of our city’s transportation network can learn about the creation of the city’s Great Streets and Corridor plan online. The plan will seek to improve air quality, public health, and the quality of life for residents through the creation of multimodal streets that accommodate all modes of transportation. This project includes creation of a Complete Streets Policy, design standards and options for arterials, and an update to the City’s Thoroughfare Plan. By visiting and clicking on “Great Streets and Corridor Plan” those interested can view the presentation which is being given at community meetings around the city and give feedback directly to the project manager. bq. “Streets are more than just asphalt and concrete, they are important public spaces which bind neighborhoods and help make up the fabric of a city,” said Fred Lopez, who oversees implementation of the city’s Capital Improvement Program which includes street resurfacing and street reconstruction. “Once it’s completed, elected leadership and city staff can rely on the Great Streets Policy to make sure we are building streets which are more sensitive to the neighborhoods in which they exist and which can better accommodate all users.” The City of El Paso holding its next community meeting on the plan on Thursday, March 19, 2014, at 6pm in the Community Room at the El Paso Police Department’s Northeast Regional Command Center, 9600 Dyer Street. Creation of the Great Streets and Corridor Plan is part of the City of El Paso’s commitment to enhance and sustain El Paso’s infrastructure network.

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