Ann Arbor Area Community News
The City of Ann Arbor is holding a public workshop to discuss downtown access and parking issues on Thursday, March 29 from 6pm to 8pm in Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, City Hall. The meeting is an open house format, which will allow attendees to participate and interact with project team members. The goal is to find perceptions of access to downtown, transportation priorities, how parking can be managed to support the community’s overall goals and objectives, and give input on what best practices from around the world could be applied in Ann Arbor
This meeting is part of the second phase of the City’s efforts to establish a long-term parking strategy as part of the A2D2 project.
In addition to the public open house on Wednesday, there will be a work session at the Ann Arbor Downtown Library today, March 28 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm with Ann Arbor’s transportation policy makers, including City Council, Planning Commission, DDA, and AATA, to obtain input and direction on the parking study. The public is welcome to attend and observe this meeting as well as attend and participate at the public open house on March 29.
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