Public meeting of streetcar development continues - Tucson News Now

Public meeting of streetcar development continues

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The rails are in, the lines are up, we're still waiting for the cars, and the city is following up with business owners and residents about how to make the most of the streetcar once it's here.

Tonight's meeting, and more to follow this month, are follow-ups to the design charette held back in January.

Tonight, Fourth Avenue and West University neighborhood are the focus of the discussion, from appearance of the streetcar facilities to how to zone development.  The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in the Main Library, 101 N. Stone Avenue, Lower Level Meeting Room.

Other segments are up for discussion later this month.  That schedule is
Meeting 1: West University & 4th Avenue Business District (Central Segment)
Monday, August 5th 6:00 PM
Main Library, 101 N Stone Ave., Lower Level Meeting Room
Meeting 2: Eastern Terminus & Main Gate
Monday, August 12th 6:00 PM
University of Arizona Student Union, 1303 E University Blvd., 2nd Floor - Kiva Room
Meeting 3: Downtown Entertainment Districts & Downtown Cultural/Convention District
Monday, August 19th 6:00 PM
Public Works Building, 201 N Stone Ave., Basement Conf. Rm. C
Meeting 4: Western Terminus
Monday, August 26th 6:00 PM
Location: Public Works Building, 201 N Stone Ave., Basement Conf. Rm. C

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