Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Transit Village Wins City Council Approval

by Osman Parvez

From the Daily Camera
The Boulder City Council approved a plan for zoning changes and street layout for the 160 acres of privately owned land surrounding a parcel of city-owned property at 30th and Pearl streets. That parcel, the 11-acre Transit Village site, will be the home of bus rapid transit and commuter rail expected to arrive in Boulder in the next decade.
The chart below shows the comparisons between the transit village area today, in the future under current trends, and in the future under the Area Plan. It also compares the jobs to population ratios under each. It is excerpted from the Area Plan, page 67.

The first phase of the plan's implementation will be primarily residential. Visit to learn more about the newly approved area plan

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