Denver Moves: Federal – ONLINE PUBLIC MEETING AND CAT#3 NOTES

Denver Moves: Federal – A Transit Alternatives Analysis

Community Advisory Team #3 Notes and Online Meeting Promotion

Thank you to all that participated in our CAT meeting #3. We appreciate your time and input on the project. If you were not able to participate, we have attached the meeting summary (including the presentation) for your information. If you have any questions or additional feedback on the meeting or summary materials, feel free to send me a message.

As we discussed, we are rolling out our first online public meeting to gain feedback on our initial corridors and Level 1 analysis. We are hoping you can help us promote the online public meeting.

www.DenverMovesFederalMeeting.com

The meeting is provided in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. (Select language on the website at the bottom, left side of the screen.) The online public meeting will be open for two week for you to access at the time that work for you.

To help your promotion efforts, we have attached a variety of text examples, graphics, and information for you to include in email blasts or social media postings from the organization/group that you represent.

Please help us by reviewing the online meeting and providing feedback yourself; as well as sending the online meeting link to all the constituents you represent.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at christopher.proud or our City and County of Denver Project Manager, My La at My.La. Thank you again.

More About Denver Moves: Federal – A Transit Alternatives Analysis:

The Denver Moves: Federal project is focused on improving transit service and access to transit along Federal Boulevard (Federal) within the City and County of Denver. This project aims to advance the transit vision for Federal identified in the 2017 Federal Boulevard Corridor Study. This current project will identify and analyze transit options along the corridor. The project will examine how enhanced transit may be integrated into Federal and better serve the communities that make the corridor such a vibrant and multi-faceted place. This alternatives analysis is the next step to define transit improvements and advance towards the funding needed for future implementation.

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