DART Wants to Know How You Feel About those Downtown "Corridor Alternatives"
Dallas Area Rapid Transit today extends the invite to find out how that Downtown Dallas Transit Study's a-comin'. Right, forgot -- what Downtown Dallas Transit Study? This one: "a comprehensive, multi-modal (i.e. buses, streetcar, street-running and subway-running light rail, etc.) transit study of downtown Dallas, which includes an environmental impact statement element." It's also known as the D2 Study -- though I always did like C-3PO better.
There are two public meetings forthcoming, both on April 24. The first one takes place at noon in the DART Headquarters Board Room at 1401 Pacific Ave.; the second takes place at 6:30 p.m. at the same location. Says the invite: "DART staff will discuss the project timeline and unveil a short list of corridor alternatives for major transit improvements. Anyone attending will have an opportunity for official public input to help define issues and concerns addressed by the study." --Robert Wilonsky
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