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Draper Officials Ask for Public Input on Transportation Plans

Draper Officials Ask for Public Input on Transportation Plans

Posted - Mar. 28, 2007 at 6:20 a.m.



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(KSL News) Tonight Draper officials want to hear what residents think their future transit-oriented city center should look like.

After months of opposition, Utah Transit Authority is planning to run a TRAX line into Draper. But many residents worry the rail corridor runs through low-density neighborhoods. And a lot of people don't want the line to curve in front of city hall.

Drawings of various development plans will be displayed at tonight's meeting, which starts at 6:00 at the Draper City Hall.

Draper TRAX Open House
Tonight
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Draper City Hall
1020 E. Pioneer Rd. (12400 S.)

A group called Citizens for Responsible Transportation, which opposes the rail line, plans to rally in front of City Hall at the same time.

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