“Foster Road Improvements: from mean street to main street”

While we’ve all be lamenting about the current state of traffic/pedestrian safety on Foster Road, as well as the city’s seemingly slow response to a long overdue need for change, the NA’s and transportation chairs in the respective neighborhoods straddling Foster have been organizing a meeting to promote local citizen involvement in the eventual implementation of the Foster Streetscape Plan.

What does this mean for you?

It’s time to participate in the process.  Many good ideas, thoughts, and opinions have been shared here about the future of Foster Road, and it is that input that will ultimately shape our main thoroughfare into what we want it to be.  So be heard and share your vision and ideas.  Get together with your neighbors from Foster-Powell, Mt. Scott-Arleta, and Lents, to discuss what will impact us all:  traffic and pedestrian safety on Foster, as well a friendly and livable, neighborhood-scale commercial corridor that’s inviting and accessible to all.  Be there, Wednesday, June 20, at the Mt. Scott Community Center.  Meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. (see flyer below for more info).

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3 Responses to “Foster Road Improvements: from mean street to main street”

  1. Thanks for getting the word out. I wish I was not already booked at that time or I’d go.

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  3. Pingback: “Foster Road Improvements: from mean street to main street” MAY 2012 - Foster United

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