City Council Office
33RD AND CORNHUSKER TRANSPORTATION STUDY
Mark Lutjeharms: Project Manger and Alternatives Analysis
Kris Humphrey: Railroad Transportation Safety Project Manager
Kyle Anderson: Leader of Citizen Participation and Quality Control
This month we will hear firsthand about the 33rd and Cornhusker Transportation Study. Northeast citizens have discussed and Mark, Kris, and Kyle will help us understand the study, which identifies and evaluates the potential railroad grade separated structures in the vicinity of No. 33rd and Cornhusker Highway; the resulting multi-modal plans result in efficient transportation; and incorporating the City of Lincolnís long-range planning objectives for the area.
With prime project objectives having been set, Mark, Kris, and Kyle will explain the purpose of the project to eliminate vehicle, bicyclist, and pedestrian conflicts at the atgrade crossing with BNSF tracks intersecting N. 33rd and Adams Street.
Mark has over 20 years of transportation engineering experience primarily in the field of traffic engineering and project management. Kris is the Lincoln/Lancaster County Railroad Safety District Project Manager and has worked in the transportation industry for 21 years. Kyle has over 30 years of transportation engineering experience, on major projects across the Midwest, including railroad corridor and grade separation studies.
Please join us on:
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2015
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Victor E. Anderson Branch Library
3635 Touzalin Avenue
ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND!!
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