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From Dead-End Freeway to Urban Boulevard Presented to: The CT Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board May 19, 2011 Connecticut Department of Transportation Newington, CT New Haven Downtown Crossing Prepared by: The Route 34 Coalition and Elm City Cycling
From the Tiger Application: New Haven Downtown Crossing The Benefits • Increase Land Value, • Increase Short and Long Term Employment Benefits, • Position Development of the Remaining Three Parcels • Promote Long Term Economic Growth. “ The project is expected to result in a mode shift from 73.7% single occupancy vehicles currently to 65.5%” Reduce life cycle costs for roadway infrastructure (less driving + more walking and biking = less $ in upkeep)