April
24

The Kelsey: Project Updates and Transit Panel

Public Meeting

Please join The Kelsey for a community meeting about transit in the Vendome/Ayer Station neighborhood at the Northside Community Center (488 N 6th St) on Wednesday, April 24th from 6:00-8:00pm.

The issues around transit oriented development — parking, traffic, public transit, and pedestrian friendly communities — have come up in all of the Kelsey’s community conversations to date. As promised, the Kesley has dedicated a community meeting to this topic. The Kelsey recognizes that many issues related to transit and parking are bigger than The Kelsey Ayer Station; they existed before they became part of this community and some will be issues theycannot address directly.

That’s why, in addition to sharing project updates in this meeting, the Kelsey is bringing in other organizations to join the conversation. The meeting will begin with a presentation of The Kelsey Ayer Station parking and transit plan. Afterwards, the Kelsey has convened a panel to discuss broader neighborhood issues related to transit and parking. There will be representatives from DOT, District 3, and VTA. There will be opportunity for Q+A after initial presentations. For specific questions about this meeting, please contact Lindsay at lindsay@thekelsey.org

 

April 24, 6:00pm, at Northside Community Center (488 N 6th Street, San Jose) RSVP
April 24
Public Meeting

The Kelsey: Project Updates and Transit Panel

April 24, 6:00pm, at Northside Community Center (488 N 6th Street, San Jose) RSVP

Please join The Kelsey for a community meeting about transit in the Vendome/Ayer Station neighborhood at the Northside Community Center (488 N 6th St) on Wednesday, April 24th from 6:00-8:00pm.

The issues around transit oriented development — parking, traffic, public transit, and pedestrian friendly communities — have come up in all of the Kelsey’s community conversations to date. As promised, the Kesley has dedicated a community meeting to this topic. The Kelsey recognizes that many issues related to transit and parking are bigger than The Kelsey Ayer Station; they existed before they became part of this community and some will be issues theycannot address directly.

That’s why, in addition to sharing project updates in this meeting, the Kelsey is bringing in other organizations to join the conversation. The meeting will begin with a presentation of The Kelsey Ayer Station parking and transit plan. Afterwards, the Kelsey has convened a panel to discuss broader neighborhood issues related to transit and parking. There will be representatives from DOT, District 3, and VTA. There will be opportunity for Q+A after initial presentations. For specific questions about this meeting, please contact Lindsay at lindsay@thekelsey.org