Midtown Corridor

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The Midtown Corridor includes sections of Porter Rd, Deane St, Sycamore St, and Poplar St. This corridor is an important east-west connection for vehicle and bus traffic the corridor is densely populated with flat terrain making it an optimal route for a new 1.75-mile-long shared use paved trail being called the Midtown Trail.

How will it be funded?

Design and construction of the Midtown Corridor will be partially funded with bond monies approved by the votes in April, 2019

When will it be completed?

Construction is scheduled to begin in 2021 and will be combined with other street and drainage improvements.

Past Public Engagement Events

A public Drop-in Workshop was held on March 11th 2020 at Trinity United Methodist Church on Sycamore Street. A presentation of the public presentation from the workshop was video recorded and can be viewed by clicking this link.

For additional information, visit the Midtown Corridor web page. Please provide us with your ideas and comments via the interactive map or Ideas feature.




The Midtown Corridor includes sections of Porter Rd, Deane St, Sycamore St, and Poplar St. This corridor is an important east-west connection for vehicle and bus traffic the corridor is densely populated with flat terrain making it an optimal route for a new 1.75-mile-long shared use paved trail being called the Midtown Trail.

How will it be funded?

Design and construction of the Midtown Corridor will be partially funded with bond monies approved by the votes in April, 2019

When will it be completed?

Construction is scheduled to begin in 2021 and will be combined with other street and drainage improvements.

Past Public Engagement Events

A public Drop-in Workshop was held on March 11th 2020 at Trinity United Methodist Church on Sycamore Street. A presentation of the public presentation from the workshop was video recorded and can be viewed by clicking this link.

For additional information, visit the Midtown Corridor web page. Please provide us with your ideas and comments via the interactive map or Ideas feature.




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Midtown Trail Corridor

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Improvements planned for this area will facilitate bicycle transportation from Porter to College Avenue through street improvements, on-street bikeways, and separated bicycle and pedestrian facilities.