The Living Street Alliance (LSA) will be conducting a ‘Walkability Assessment’ in the Dunbar Spring neighborhood in the coming weeks and this event is the first phase (see attached files for more details).
First workshop is April 28th at 7pm at the Dunbar School - click on this story for more details.
This is where neighbors and community members come together to brainstorm and give input on where we walk and what encourages/discourages walking in our neighborhood. There will be refreshments and door prizes provided by neighborhood businesses.
This meeting will be held in the meeting room of the Dunbar School (325 W 2nd St - SW corner of the building.
This analysis of walkabilty covers opinions, statements and experiential data expressed by the residents of the Dunbar Spring Neighborhood. A focus group was administered to acquire data surrounding the current status of the neighborhood, its current uses and desires for the future.
Cc: Regina Romero, Tucson City Council Member, Ward 1
The following letter was submitted to TranSystems, the City of Tucson, and the Ward 1 council office to request certain design elements be included in the planned widening of Speedway Blvd. between Main Ave. and I-10. The project is planned to be in design for another 2-3 years and constructed as early as 2015.
Re: Speedway Boulevard, Main Avenue to I-10 Improvement Project