Public input sought on METRO I-10 West routes in downtown Phoenix
PHOENIX — A public meeting is scheduled to discuss the downtown Phoenix routes still under evaluation in METRO’s I-10 West high-capacity transit study. The I-10 West project will provide a transit service connection between the 20-mile METRO starter line and the West Valley.
Attendees will hear more detail on the remaining routes connecting the METRO starter line in downtown Phoenix to the I-10 West freeway median. The 50’ median of I-10 West has previously been identified as the most viable route west of the I-17 freeway.
Guests will also receive an update on the I-10 West station locations and transit modes – bus rapid transit or light rail – that continue to be evaluated in this study process.
I-10 West Public Meeting
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
6 – 8 p.m.
Phoenix City Hall, 1st Floor Assembly Rooms A and B
200 W. Washington St.
Opportunities for public involvement will continue to occur throughout the project development process. Those unable to attend the meeting may send their comments to Monica Hernandez at (602) 322-4427 or email@example.com. Meetings are held in buildings that are accessible to persons with disabilities. Any individual who requires special assistance should contact Monica Hernandez at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.
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