From University City Planner Katie Witherspoon: You are invited to join the City of San Diego Planning Department for a live webinar for the University Community Plan Update on Tuesday, February 16th from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. During this month’s meeting we will discuss Mobility Goals and draft Mobility Corridor Concept Planning Sheets. We will be utilizing breakout groups for this discussion.
February 2021 Registration: Please note that two separate registrations are required to fully participate in this month’s webinar:
- Zoom Webinar: You must register in advance if you wish to attend in any capacity, including viewing, listening, and possibly speaking.
- Register for Zoom webinar: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0rfuCqqjwiE9SIZd5p9JC5ZyINbMwdzIW3
- Breakout Group: The Project Team will lead attendees through a breakout room discussion of one of three mobility corridors (refer to attached diagram at the end of this post).
- Register for Breakout group: https://forms.gle/CAa9S9CfrcBfzvLQ9
Information: For more information, visit CPUS website https://www.planuniversity.org/ or contact Katie Witherspoon, AICP at KatieW@SanDiego.gov
Background: Draft Mobility Goals (from March 2020 Mobility Vision Presentation) available on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fFr61mCsEM&feature=youtu.be
- A connected and integrated transportation network that puts people first and expands personal mobility to schools, residences, activity centers and employment hubs within the community and throughout the region.
- A balanced, multimodal transportation network that prioritizes safe, accessible, sustainable and attractive travel options for all users.
- Enhanced access to public transit, linkages to community and regional activity centers, and opportunities to increase transit ridership.
- A mobility system that embraces emerging technologies, smart infrastructure, and is aimed at improving mobility options and efficiency of the transportation system.
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