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Guadalupe Street Corridor meeting set

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Mark Richardson

The city will host its first public meeting for the Guadalupe Street Corridor Study to discuss the purpose of the study and listen to community feedback. Area residents will talk about how to improve the Guadalupe Corridor for pedestrians, bicycles, public transportation and cars. The goal of the study is to recommend short-term to long-term improvements to enhance mobility, safety and the quality of life along the Guadalupe Corridor. The study area includes Guadalupe Street near the UT Austin campus, with approximate boundaries of MLK Jr. Boulevard to the south, West 29th Street to the north, Rio Grande Street to the west, and a block into the UT Austin campus to the east. The meeting is set for 6 p.m. Dec. 3 at University Presbyterian Church, 2203 San Antonio Street.

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