The study process to date has focused on the transportation needs and the combination mode alternatives that can address those needs. In this final round of alternatives development and evaluation, we assess factors such as cost, environmental impacts and secondary and cumulative impacts. Through stakeholder and community coordination, aesthetic and urban design elements will be integrated into the alternatives, with the ultimate objective of developing a preferred plan that addresses the transportation needs, and also creates an asset for the corridor communities. Round 3 findings will be presented and discussed with stakeholders in the months ahead, with the objective of circulating a Draft Environmental Impact Statement and hosting a Public Hearing in early 2017.
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