Community Listening Session on Walking, Biking, and Taking Transit in the Claiborne Corridor
Thursday, Jan 14, 2016
For immediate release: January 7, 2016
Community Listening Session on Walking, Biking, and Taking Transit in the Claiborne Corridor h3. Claiborne Corridor Ambassadors Program to host discussion on Monday, January 18th
New Orleans, LA – On Monday, January 18, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, from 12:30pm to 2pm, there will be a Community Listening Session on active transportation and street design in the Claiborne Corridor. All community members are invited to attend and share their ideas on getting around in the Claiborne Corridor.
What: Community Listening Session on Walking, Biking and Taking Transit in the Claiborne Corridor
When: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday Jan. 18th, 12:30 – 2pm
Where: Central City Renaissance Alliance, 1631 O. C. Haley Blvd. Fourth Floor
The Claiborne Corridor Ambassadors Program, a project of the Foundation for Louisiana’s TOGETHER Initiative, is hosting the Community Listening Session to better understand community perceptions on walking, biking, transit and street design. The insights shared will help Claiborne Corridor Ambassadors develop and implement a community solution to promote better transportation options & a more livable community in the Claiborne Corridor.
The program aims to create a more inclusive process for public engagement, particularly with regards to decision-making processes concerning New Orleans’ public spaces, street design, and transportation options.
Ambassadors are community members who are participating in a campaign training and developing their own projects to to identify
transportation problems and develop community solutions to promote walking, biking, transit, and livable streets in their neighborhoods.
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