Meetings address economic impact of Central Corridor construction
Two meetings will address any possible impact that construction of the Central Corridor light-rail transit line will have on nearby businesses. Business owners and the general public are welcome to attend the meetings, which are being held by the Federal Transit Administration.
The Central Corridor line will connect downtown Minneapolis with downtown Saint Paul, carrying commuters through the U of M campus, along Washington and University avenues. Plans call for the light-rail line to open in 2014.
Central Corridor light-rail meetings
Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011
8 – 10 a.m.
6 – 8 p.m.
Model Cities – Brownstone conference room
849 University Ave. W., Saint Paul
Staff from the Federal Transit Administration and the Central Corridor light-rail will be available at the meetings to discuss the proposed project and the supplemental environmental review process. Additional information will be available at the meetings and can also be found on centralcorridor.org.
People with special needs who wish to attend one of the meetings should contact community outreach coordinator Shoua Lee at Shoua.Lee@metc.state.mn.us or (651) 602-1014.
Published Feb. 4, 2011