Public Involvement Meeting #2 for the Blair Street / John Nolen Drive Corridor Study
Monday, April 17th at the Monona Terrace Hall of Ideas G, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
The City of Madison is conducting a corridor study of John Nolen Drive and Blair Street from North Shore Drive to East Washington Avenue including portions of Wilson Street and Williamson Street. Primary goals of the study is to identify better pedestrian & bicycle access concepts to Law Park throughout the corridor, as well as determine a preferred alternative for reconstruction of Blair Street from the E Wilson Street & Williamson Street intersection to East Washington Avenue.
The meeting will include a presentation at 7:00 PM. The City of Madison and engineering consultant representatives will be available to discuss the corridor study and address questions.
Information regarding the study can be found on the study website:
If you have questions or concerns that may assist in the development of this study, we encourage you to attend the meeting. If you cannot attend this meeting or would like additional information, feel free to contact the study staff listed below:
Chris Petykowski, P.E.
Principal Engineer, City of Madison
City-County Building, Room 115
210 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 267-8678
Jeff Held, P.E., PTOE
Consultant Project Manager
Strand Associates, Inc.®
910 West Wingra Street
Madison, WI 53715
Phone: (608) 251-4843
Monona Terrace is wheelchair-accessible. Citizens who require a sign language interpreter may request one by contacting project staff through the Wisconsin Telecommunication Relay System at 711 or 1‑800‑947‑3529.
If you need an interpreter, translator, materials in alternate formats or other accommodations to access this service, activity or program, please call the phone number below immediately.
Si necesita un intérprete, un traductor, materiales en formatos alternativos u otros arreglos para acceder a este servicio, actividad o programa, comuníquese inmediatamente al número de teléfono que figura a continuación.
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