Time: March 22, 2017 from 4pm to 7pm
Location: Lincoln Park Cultural Center
Street: 2045 North Lincoln Park West
City/Town: Chicago 60614
Website or Map: http://activetrans.org/blog/p…
Event Type: public, meeting, input
Organized By: Active Trans
Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2017
The city is moving forward on plans to separate the Lakefront Trail for its entire length, by the end of 2018. There is an open-house style public meeting Wednesday from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM to give people an opportunity to review the preliminary plans for the Fullerton-to-Ohio-Street segment and give feedback. Don't miss the opportunity to provide support and/or constructive criticisms to our city planners on this very important project! The information below is taken from the Active Trans blog entry, linked above. They are co-hosting the event. -- Michelle Stenzel
With Ken Griffin’s $12 million donation secured, the Chicago Park District plans to create separated trail space for people biking and people walking between West Fullerton Street and East Ohio Street this spring.
The North Side segment is part of a larger project to create separate paths along the full length of the 18-mile Lakefront Trail by the end of 2018, as Mayor Emanuel announced last December.
Join us at a public meeting to discuss the project on Wednesday, March 22, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Lincoln Park Cultural Center (2045 N. Lincoln Park West).
Attendees will get a chance to review draft plans and deliver feedback on how to maximize the safety benefits of the project.