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Panel will discuss what’s next in transit, with the Green Line opening soon

Transit for Liveable Communities has a June 3 discussion of “What’s Next” at the Republic on the West Bank.

With the Green Line set to open June 14 with light rail cars running between downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul along University Avenue, the Transportation for Liveable Cities group wonders: What’s next?

The group will host a panel of experts June 3, 5-7 p.m, at Republic on the West Bank, to talk about transit plans and priorities.

The panel includes:

  • Michelle Beaulieu, City Planner, City of Saint Paul
  • Katie Roth,Senior Planner, Metro Transit
  • Peter Wagenius,Policy Director, City of Minneapolis
  • Dave Van Hattum (moderator), Senior Policy Advocate, Transit for Livable Communities

Organizers say the meeting will “focus on immediate plans for new bus rapid transit and modern streetcar service, including how bike/ped access and community engagement factor into upcoming projects.”

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