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Connecting the Community Report

Edwards, Brittany

This summer, we were able to gather community input and ideas on increasing bike and walkability on North-South routes along the Lake Street corridor, where future transit stations are most likely to be placed. This memo will focus on the engagement methods chosen and the most relevant feedback from each, along with some new ideas to improve these connections. Through an online survey and a series of focus groups, we were able to obtain a set of macro and micro data of community identified issues and potential solutions. City and County elected officials and staff have been receptive to integrating this data into short and long term planning and budgeting.

Conducted on behalf of the Midtown Greenway Coalition and Lake Street Council. Supported by the Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program, a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
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