Introduction

 

CICERO AVENUE CORRIDOR PLAN
Design and Development Survey

The Southwest Conference of Mayors (SCM) is leading a project – the Cicero Avenue Corridor Plan – to develop a transportation and economic development plan for the Corridor, which includes Cicero Avenue from 55th Street on the north to I-294 on the south. The Corridor intersects the following communities: Bedford Park, Burbank, Chicago, Hometown, Oak Lawn, and Alsip. The project is being conducted in coordination with the RTA, IDOT, Pace, Metra, CTA, Tollway, and CMAP.

The project goal is to develop a comprehensive corridor plan that unites the Corridor, its activities and character into a highly-functional transportation corridor and activity center for the southwest suburbs. This planning project is designed to complement and enhance – not supersede or replace – the existing plans of corridor communities.

There will be several opportunities throughout the project for you to provide input to the planning process. This survey aims to collect your thoughts on the current state of transportation in the Corridor. Another survey is available to collect information on design and development concerns.

Thank you taking the time to complete this survey. Nobody knows the corridor like you do. You use Cicero Avenue everyday, and your input is valuable in making this plan successful.
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