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Cumberland Avenue Corridor ProjectThe Cumberland Avenue Corridor study will chart the course for a more inviting, vibrant and safe Cumberland Avenue that enhances the connections to the University of Tennessee and area employers and improves the residential and retail character of the district while effectively moving pedestrians, motor vehicles and bicycles.

MPC adopted the corridor study on April 12, 2007. City Council adopted it on May 8, 2007. If you have questions about the study, please contact MPC at 865-215-2500.

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Cover, Table of Content, and Acknowledgements [PDF]
1.0 Introduction [PDF]
2.0 Context Analysis [PDF] (11MB)
3.0 Issues and Challenges [PDF]
4.0 The Street [PDF] (3.9MB)
5.0 The Urban Design Plan [PDF] (4.1MB)
6.0 Design Guidelines [PDF]
7.0 Implementation [PDF]
8.0 Public Input [PDF]


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