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The NM 502 Transportation Corridor Study wants the public to have a hand in this project – literally,
During a community workshop from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Fuller Lodge, participants will be broken into groups and asked to develop their own design for the corridor.
Besides offering the community a hands-on activity for this project, the workshop will also feature a presentation regarding existing conditions and members of the audience will be able to offer their own goals and visions for the corridor.
Betsy Lucido, engineering project manager, said commuters, residents and visitors use the corridor, which is a 4.2-mile stretch of road that runs from the county line to Diamond Drive.
The corridor runs through a variety of landscapes from open space and residences to urban development and downtown areas.
The study is a capital improvement project that Los Alamos County Council approved and a contract was awarded to MIG, Inc., which is based out of Portland, in July.
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