DOCUMENTS

Project Materials
(Most recent to least recent)

Draft Study Report 

View the report here. View the appendices here.

Study Review Committee Meeting #6

View the meeting minutes here.

Flythrough Videos

For visioning purposes only - based off alternatives discussed in the study report.

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Alternative 1

Alternative 2

Alternative 1

Survey Infographics - public meeting

30 members of the public were asked to vote on a number of questions related to roadway and development design along 76th Avenue. View the infographics here.

Survey Infographics - stakeholder meeting

The SRC was asked to vote on a number of questions related to roadway and development design along 76th Avenue. View the infographics here.

Study Review Committee Meeting #5 (part 2)

The SRC met for the fifth time on July 29, 2020 to discuss travel times expected for two alternative layouts and I-29 interchange concepts. View the meeting summary here.

Study Review Committee Meeting #5 (part 1)

The SRC met for the fifth time on July 21, 2020 to review two alternative layouts, pedestrian walksheds, and development scenarios. View the meeting summary here.

Design Layouts

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Future Visioning

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Planning Documents

Newsletter #3

The third newsletter was sent out prior to the virtual open house on August 12, 2020. It includes information about the virtual open house, updates to the project schedule, and describes the two alternatives developed for the project. View Newsletter #3 here.

Newsletter #2

The second project Newsletter provides an update to the 76th Ave S Corridor Study and includes information about the online visioning survey and some of the potential facilities that could be located along the corridor in the future (bike and pedestrian facilities, parking, transit, development etc.). The newsletter was sent to neighboring property owners as a way to inform residents and business owners of the project and provide ways for stakeholders to get involved in the process. View Newsletter #2 here

Stakeholder Meetings

The project team met with a series of stakeholders (government officials and developers)  in January and February 2019 to discuss the project and interests along the corridor. View the meeting summary here.

Study Review Committee Meeting #2

The SRC met for the second time on February 20, 2019 to review the existing conditions report and participate in visioning exercises. View the meeting summary here.

Study Review Committee Meeting #1

The SRC met for the first time on December 18, 2018 to kick off the project. View the meeting summary here.

Facilities Preference Survey

The Facilities Preference Boards identify different facility options for bike and pedestrian amenities, development styles, and transit and parking facilities. Members of the public were able to submit survey responses through April 22, 2019. The survey is now closed and results will be posted soon.

View all 5 boards here.

  • Bike Amenities

  • Transit and Parking

  • Development and Streetscape

  • Pedestrian Amenities

  • Street Design

Existing Conditions Report

The Existing Conditions Report summarizes existing land use, transportation infrastructure, environment, and jurisdiction along the 76th Avenue South corridor. The report also identifies key issues for future planning and development. It will serve as the jumping off point for planning and policy making along the corridor. View the full report here.

Newsletter #1

The first project Newsletter introduces the 76th Ave S Corridor Study and identifies some of the key issues and opportunities this study will address. The newsletter was sent to neighboring property owners as a way to inform residents and business owners of the project and provide ways for stakeholders to get involved in the process. View Newsletter #1 here

Check back soon for additional project documents, meeting minutes and materials, and other important project documents. 

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