PUBLIC MEETING - ANDREW HIGGINS CORRIDOR STREETSCAPING STUDY
The New Orleans Regional Planning Commission is holding a public meeting to solicit input on potential streetscaping improvements along Andrew Higgins Drive between Magazine Street and Convention Center Boulevard. No advanced RSVP is required. Current conditions and proposed design concepts will be presented along with opportunities for community discussion and comment.
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
National World War II Museum
Louisiana Memorial Pavilion
Andrew Higgins Drive at Magazine Street, New Orleans
For questions or additional information, contact Jason Sappington, Senior Transportation Planner, New Orleans Regional Planning Commission, at (504) 483-8507 or e-mail at email@example.com.
ADA NOTICE: For special accommodations for this meeting, please contact our ADA Coordinator by telephone (504-483-8528), at least one week in advance
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
The Regional Planning Commission and the University of New Orleans Transportation Institute invite you to participate in a Stormwater Management Workshop on November 19th at New Orleans City Park. Ghassan Korban, Commissioner of Milwaukee Department of Public Works, will be the keynote speaker, discussing Milwaukee’s Green Streets Stormwater Management Plan and other relevant issues related to green infrastructure. Full agenda to come.
4 CEU – ASLA
4 PDH – APWA
4 PDH – ASCE
4 CE (pending) – AICP
You may REGISTER for the workshop HERE . If you have any questions please contact Tim Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE RPC HAS HEARD FROM YOU!
RPC is in the midst of a public outreach effort aimed at engaging citizens on transportation priorities and challenges. Several community meetings have been held around the region, including New Orleans East, Kenner and on the West Bank of Jefferson Parish. Additionally, a survey has been disseminated to identify the public's transportation needs and ideas. The survey period is closed and RPC is compiling the results. Upon completion (Sept. 2014), a report will be available online and in print. Please check back here for a report on the results of your feedback.
If you would like to know more about this outreach effort, please call Nik Richard at 504-483-8535 or email at email@example.com
RPC transportation planner and Title VI Coordinator Nik Richard, left, listens to residents’ thoughts about transportation-related priorities at a public meeting held June 11 in Kenner.