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CUMBERLAND AVENUE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING
Cumberland Avenue Corridor ProjectAdvisory Committee Input on October 4, 2006

What do you hope will be the outcome of the study, what would you like to see?

  • Integrate UT with the City
  • Make attractive to adults as well as students
  • Shopping, dining, safe for walking – a welcoming corridor
  • Better coordinated events – site of varied and unique venues – more people!
  • Mechanism for long term sustainable businesses
  • Don’t second guess or compromise
  • Safety – personal
  • Natural growth corridor for the City
  • Safe & revitalized – positive community strip – an urban village with UT cooperation – seamless connection
  • Urban campus – urban core
  • Safety 24-7 for pedestrians, all folks, all users
  • Reduction of vehicle/pedestrian conflicts
  • Aesthetics – theme – consistency
  • Want people to want to live here
  • More efficient roadway & safety enhanced
  • Minimize various traffic/pedestrian conflicts
  • Seamless neighborhoods transition & mixed uses – shared parking
  • Be the heart of a healthy livable corridor
  • Safe – identifiable trolley bus pull offs
  • A regional destination
  • Safety for workers – hospital access conveyors more welcoming
  • A place to be proud of
  • Shared parking codes reform
  • A safe place – plan long term
  • Easier access for vehicles to businesses – pedestrian safety
  • Re-attract students
  • Access to hospitals – improved vehicle flow
  • Reduce pedestrian/auto conflicts
  • Project needs to be done
  • On going major player dialogue
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