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McKinleyville Multimodal Connections Pop-Up Demonstration

When: Fri., April 1, 3:30-6:30 p.m. and Sat., April 2, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 2022

Pedestrians and cyclists currently have few options to comfortably travel between Arcata and McKinleyville. The Highway 101 interchange with Central Avenue at North Bank Road is difficult to navigate and the Hammond Trail Bridge over the Mad River is two and a half miles out of the way. The McKinleyville Multimodal Connections Project’s goals are to enhance safety and connectivity for all modes, integrate transportation and housing planning efforts such as the proposed McKinleyville Town Center development, and provide environmental and community benefits such as the reduction of greenhouse gases and increased opportunities for commuting by transit, walking and bicycling. The community is being asked for additional input on opportunities and challenges within the project area so the County can develop a plan for safe walking and bicycling connectivity between McKinleyville and community destinations to the south around Humboldt Bay. This event will use temporary materials to demonstrate a potential concept design in person. This is a great opportunity to see the concept on the ground and provide feedback. The event will take place over two days. Hiller Road x Central Ave (Event on Hiller Road)

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