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2023 Optimizing Main Street Sandbox Competition

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Competitors will plan and design a corridor to optimize the public right-of-way and curbside activity to balance the needs of the abutters, residents, and visitors. The design should take into account land use, bus activity, and demographics of the corridor. Submissions will be judged on their creativity and innovation, the practicality and balance achieved by the individual ideas, soundness of their technical approach and design, and the transferability of its elements to other jurisdictions or corridors.  
The goal is to optimize the right-of-way for a corridor that could serve as an example in terms of balancing corridor needs, safety, operations, mobility, equity, and livability.  To make the competition parameters consistent, we will be using a one (1.0) mile long Main Street corridor in the City of Neverland with a posted 25 MPH speed limit. This corridor is hypothetical and does not exist anywhere. Information for the corridor such as right-of-way, land use, roadway characteristics, etc. are provided in a CAD-based file. The goal is to use the information provided to re-envision the corridor especially curbside activity and optimize the needs of abutters, residents, and visitors.              
Expressions of Interest are due February 24, 2023.

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