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Red line, green light?

Thursday, November 7, 2019 by Elizabeth Pagano

Council Member Leslie Pool is turning her focus to the Capital Metro Red Line, with two separate resolutions at Council’s Nov. 14 meeting. The first asks staff to work to find funding for two new stations at Broadmoor and McKalla Place. The second resolution “would advance the Red Line Parkway, a linear and urban trail running generally along the Cap Metro Red Line railway,” according to a post from Pool on the City Council Message Board. Council members Ann Kitchen and Jimmy Flannigan have signed on to co-sponsor the stations item, while Council members Kitchen, Natasha Harper-Madison and Paige Ellis will be co-sponsors on the Parkway item.

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