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Things are starting to heat up along Trinity Drive and more activity is in the offing for the busiest stretch of road in Los Alamos.
Should the county’s negotiations with North American Development Group prove successful on the Trinity Site project, then Trinity Drive will get even busier once construction actually begins.
In order to craft a consistent vision for the roadway, a N.M. 502 Corridor Study is underway.
A public hearing will be from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday at Crossroads Bible Church regarding the study. Prototypes or design alternatives of what the corridor could look like will be presented for the public’s input.
The prototypes were developed from the public’s input as well as from baseline data. The data includes existing lanes, existing land uses, traffic intersections, existing geometry and site pedestrian facilities such as sidewalks and crosswalks.
The next step after the public meeting is to select prototypes for the final study. The results of the study are expected to go before the county council in January.
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