The Draft Grand Boulevard Transportation and Land Use Study is now available!
The release was delayed a few months by the COVID-19 pandemic as our community adjusted to new and different conditions – as we continue to.
Plan Commission will review the Draft Study at a workshop on June 24, 2020. If you are on the email list you will receive the workshop notice and agenda, as well as the link to the virtual meeting to listen in. If you are not sure you are on the distribution list, or would like to be added, please email Melissa Wittstruck, project co-lead, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to everyone who has participated in the Grand Boulevard Transportation and Land Use Study. Your comments and participation at workshops and Open Houses has been key to developing this Study. Although no projects are currently funded for implementation, this study will function as a platform for future work in the Grand District Center.
Next steps include an anticipated Plan Commission hearing July 8 to be followed by a recommendation for City Council hearing. Your comments, concerns, issues, the places you feel are important and valued, and what you hope to see in the future are all very important for both Plan Commission, and eventually, City Council to hear. Please continue to email your feedback and questions, or let us know if you would like to be added to the email distribution list for upcoming notices of meetings.
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The Grand Boulevard Transportation & Land Use Study will require a coordinated community effort by local stakeholders, key public representatives, technical staff from partner agencies, and City staff. The City also has a consultant team to help complete several analyses, including transportation.
A continuous public engagement strategy will be key to the study. Please look for opportunities to participate in public engagement opportunities starting fall of 2019.
Here are the elements of the study:
The City has collected traffic data, including bike and pedestrian counts while school was in session.
The need for this study was identified over the last few years. In December 2017, the Spokane City Council adopted Resolution 2017 0105 in support of such a study. The Comstock allocated traffic calming dollars and Rockwood and Manito/Cannon Hill neighborhoods also support this work.
Study Presentations and Documents