Havana Street Corridor Study

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A number of traffic conflicts occur regularly on Havana Street, which also features narrow sidewalks for pedestrians in some areas.

Havana Street is one of the most vital roadways in Aurora, connecting corridor residents to the surrounding community and other major transportation corridors in the city and region. So the city is conducting the Havana Street Corridor Study to create a vision and plan for better safety and mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders and motorists, recognizing the needs of Aurora's residents, businesses, visitors and traveling public.

City staff presented an update on the project to the Planning and Economic Development Council Policy Committee meeting Nov. 17, 2021. The slideshow presentation includes key recommended strategies, cost, funding, maintenance and next steps.

Havana Street is one of the most vital roadways in Aurora, connecting corridor residents to the surrounding community and other major transportation corridors in the city and region. So the city is conducting the Havana Street Corridor Study to create a vision and plan for better safety and mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders and motorists, recognizing the needs of Aurora's residents, businesses, visitors and traveling public.

City staff presented an update on the project to the Planning and Economic Development Council Policy Committee meeting Nov. 17, 2021. The slideshow presentation includes key recommended strategies, cost, funding, maintenance and next steps.

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