Project Scope - A Way to think about the Corridor
1. Community Participation. Effective citizen participation during the planning process helps in shaping the outcomes to maximize its community benefits and in identifying and resolving potential issues as early as possible. As part of the planning process, it is our belief:
2. Function and Design. We want to look at local community character, relationships to surrounding land use patterns and scale, and set the stage for transformation of the corridor into a more livable, multi-modal street. We will revisit the work of the 2007 Draft UAC Plan and keep what is good and refine what isn’t. Several Open Houses are planned for neighbors and businesses to voice the importance and to react to what is proposed for the corridor.
3. Implementation. Public and private collaboration and what role they play are important for changes to occur on the corridor. The UAC Plan and Implementation Strategy will be review by various boards and commissions and ultimately adopted by the Madison Common Council within the next twelve months.
Many factors contribute to community character, such as site design, including placement of buildings, street and pedestrian access, parking, landscaping, local travel patterns and street configuration, and cultural/natural amenities. Join the e-notification list so you know what is happening and how to get involved in the planning process.