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If looking at a big project or a study and having a policy that sets goals to work within is beneficial, it is also something Los Alamos County has lacked. Tonight, during the transportation board meeting, work will be done to reverse that situation.
The board will meet from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Pajarito Cliff Site Building 1 conference room to hammer out a resolution to establish a policy for design of streets and right-of-ways in Los Alamos County. The resolution willl then go to county council on Nov. 9 for consideration.
The resolution proposes four points to be followed when designing new streets and right-of-ways or redesigning or reconstructing existing ones. The four points include:
• The needs, convenience and safety of all potential users including motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians, transit riders and operators of other evolving modes of transportation such as low speed vehicles shall be studied and taken into account;
• Street and right-of-way designs and land use decisions shall be mutually reinforcing, to create effective synergy between streets and rights-of-way and land uses;
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