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Policy Forum Series: Frank - TOD Policy Forum Central Corridor Presentation Policy Forum Series: Frank - TOD Policy Forum Central Corridor Presentation Presentation Transcript

  • TOD Policy ForumJune 25, 2012David Frank Presentation
  • Mayor’s TOD Priority Areas• West Bank (Singhs; publicly owned parcels)• Prospect Park (Boeser; Barnhart; Textile Center)• Lake & Nicollet (Kmart; Transit Access Project; streetcars)• Market District / BC Valley (Interchange with County; private property)• Hiawatha (Franklin assembly; projects at Lake and 46th)• Other (Bottineau, West Broadway, Penn; Southwest – West Lake land sale; Downtown including Interchange) CPED Business Plan Priorities
  • West Bank
  • Prospect Park (fka 29th Avenue)
  • Street  Right-­‐of-­‐Way  Width  •  >200  4  ROW   –  Olson  Memorial  Hwy     –  Hiawatha  Ave    •  120  4  ROW   –  University  Ave  (east  of  Oak  St)  •  100  4  ROW   –  Lyndale  Ave  S     –  Park/Portland  Ave  S     –  Minnehaha  Ave  S     –  Central  Ave  N  (north  of  18th)   –  Washington  Ave   –  Hennepin  Ave  (downtown)   –  Lake  Street  E  (east  of  Minnehaha)  •  804  ROW   –  Nicollet  Ave  S   –  Central  Ave  S  (south  of  18th)   –  Chicago  Ave  S   –  Lake  Street  (west  of  Minnehaha)  
  • Picture of theday –Density goesalong the line
  • TOD Policy ForumJune 25, 2012David Frank Presentation