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Rik DiCesare

City of Greenville, Public Works
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10th Street Corridor Project Public Participation

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Public Participation

Thursday, March 5, 2015

5 - 7 pm (drop in anytime, there will not be a formal presentation)
Greenville City Hall, Third Floor (200 W 5th Street, Greenville)

The City of Greenville and the North Carolina Department of Transportation invite citizens, students, and business owners to provide input on the vision for the 10th Street corridor from Evans Street to Oxford Road.

You will have the opportunity to discuss and provide input on numerous transportation topics, including safety, multimodal options (transit, biking, walking), mobility, aesthetic enhancements, wayfinding, and improved connectivity. Come tell us what you do and do not like about the 10th Street corridor, what is working well, and what you would like to see improved.

Activities at the workshop will include an open house during which participants can view maps and other materials; a brief presentation to help you learn about the planning process; and small group mapping sessions designed to gather feedback.


Tuesday, December 8, 2015

5 - 7 pm 
Greenville City Hall, Third Floor (200 W 5th Street, Greenville)