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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Learn Details of Streetcar Proposal for Old North at March 7 Open House

If you’d like to learn more details about a new proposal to develop a streetcar line that will connect Old North to Downtown and other neighborhoods, you’ll get a good opportunity on Thursday, March 7.

The open house on March 7, from 4-7 p.m., will provide the public with an opportunity to see the plans, maps, and drawings, and to talk with the consultants who prepared the feasibility study for the route.

To learn more about the plan before the open house, you can read a good summary posted on the nextSTL website, written by Matt Fernandez, ONSLRG’s Community Development Specialist.  Click HERE for that article.  To download and print off the PDF version of the flyer to share with your neighbors or to post in a place where others will see it, click HERE.

The vertical yellow line shows the proposed route from Downtown to Old North via North Florissant

The vertical yellow line shows the proposed route from Downtown to Old North via North Florissant

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