The Old and Near North End neighborhoods serve as important residential communities, but current transportation infrastructure does not provide neighborhood feel that residents have voiced desire for. The City intends to develop a plan that addresses neighborhood concerns and key goals for the future. Your input will help develop a plan outlining projects designed to address increased traffic and safety concerns throughout this long-standing residential neighborhood.
You’re invited to participate in a transportation study workshop to identify challenges and opportunities in the Old and Near North End to create a more pleasant residential neighborhood while accommodating existing and future traffic. Meetings will be held at the City Auditorium from 6 – 8 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 14 and Wednesday, Aug. 16. Both meetings will have the same format, discussing the same projects.
What: Old/Near North End Transportation Study Workshop
When: Please attend one of two identical meetings
Monday, Aug. 14 OR
Wednesday, Aug. 16
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Where: City Auditorium, 221 E. Kiowa Street, Colorado Springs, 80903
Please join Bike Colorado Springs representatives and community members as we advocate for safe transportation infrastructure for all road users. Participate in small group discussions to provide input on the following corridors to improve the residential quality of the following streets in the Near and Old North End Neighborhoods of Colorado Springs.
Streets being discussed
Cascade Avenue – Nevada Avenue – Tejon Street – Weber Street – Wahsatch Avenue – Wood Avenue – Fontanero Street – Uintah Avenue