Draft Plan

The Draft Plan is here! Please click below to read through the document.

Please email all comments to Laura Richter, Project Manager

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Virtual Visioning Workshop Results

Our team engaged the community about future land use, transportation improvements, housing, and economic development in downtown Dallas.  Attached below is both the agenda from that meeting and the results.

Kick-Off Meeting Results

Our team engaged the community about future land use, transportation improvements, housing, and economic development in downtown Dallas.  Attached below is both the agenda from that meeting and the results.
Dallas-Courtyard

About The Project

The Atlanta Regional Commission’s Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) is a grant program that incentivizes local jurisdictions to re-envision their communities as vibrant, walkable places that offer increased mobility options, encourage healthy lifestyles and provide improved access to jobs and services.

LCI Program Goals
  • Encourage a diversity of housing, employment, commercial, shopping and recreation land uses at the transit station, local and regional center level accessible by people of all ages, abilities and income levels;
  • Enhance access to a range of travel modes including transit, roadways, walking and biking and increase roadway connectivity to provide optimal access to all uses within the study area; and,
  • Foster public-private partnerships and sustained community support through an outreach process that promotes the involvement of all stakeholders, including those historically underserved or underrepresented.
Dallas-Courtyard

About The Project

The Atlanta Regional Commission’s Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) is a grant program that incentivizes local jurisdictions to re-envision their communities as vibrant, walkable places that offer increased mobility options, encourage healthy lifestyles and provide improved access to jobs and services.
LCI Program Goals

  • Encourage a diversity of housing, employment, commercial, shopping and recreation land uses at the transit station, local and regional center level accessible by people of all ages, abilities and income levels;
  • Enhance access to a range of travel modes including transit, roadways, walking and biking and increase roadway connectivity to provide optimal access to all uses within the study area; and,
  • Foster public-private partnerships and sustained community support through an outreach process that promotes the involvement of all stakeholders, including those historically underserved or underrepresented.

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