News of Madison Valley

Join Madison Street BRT Project at a March Open House

MARCH 6, 2017 | WEBSITE SUBMITTED

Come see what we’ve been up to and share your feedback! We’re holding in-person and online open houses this March to share the updated project design.

 

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Join us in person or online to provide feedback on the:

Updated design, including information on sidewalks and pedestrian access, parking and loading zones, bicycle infrastructure, and station design.

Preliminary construction information, including a draft construction sequencing plan and potential construction impacts.

Our project team and other City staff will be in attendance to listen and answer your questions about the project. This is also an opportunity to learn more about Ben Zamora’s work, the artist chosen to create public works of art along the Madison St corridor.

Madison Street BRT will become RapidRide G Line!

Madison Street BRT, which will become Metro RapidRide G Line, is the latest RapidRide line to begin service in Seattle. We anticipate Madison Street BRT (RapidRide G Line) service will begin in late 2019.

We hope to see you in person or online in March!

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IN PERSON

Thursday, March 9
11 AM – 1 PM
Town Hall, Downstairs
1119 8th Ave

Wednesday, March 15
5:30 – 7:30 PM
First African Methodist Episcopal Church
1522 14th Ave

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ONLINE

March 8 – 22
Give feedback online!
MadisonStreetBRT.participate.online
(Link will go live March 8)

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If you have specific questions, or would like to schedule a meeting or briefing, please email us at MadisonBRT@seattle.gov or call Emily Reardon, Public Information Officer, at 206-615-1485.

 

Topics: Transportation
Anonymous (2:01 pm Mar 7)
There is also a BRT preview right IN our neighborhood on Wednesday! Here's the info from the Community Council FB page: Join us for the quarterly meeting of the Madison Valley Community Council on March 8th at 7:00pm at the MLK FAME Center. Madison BRT: A DOT spokesperson will present updated design plans for the Madison BRT followed by a question and answer period. We will also be: Reviewing and ratifying our new by-laws Electing any new board members interested in joining us Planning spring projects, such as backyard harvesting Have other topics? Send them to us at info@madisonvalleycommunitycouncil.org.