Final presentation of the New Orleans Claiborne Avenue Redevelopment Study

Public Presentation – All Are Welcome

 What:  Final presentation of the New Orleans Claiborne Avenue Redevelopment Study

In an independent survey conducted by UNO transportation planning students, the public were asked if they support or oppose the removal of the Claiborne Avenue Expressway.  The findings are eye-opening for the future of the Crescent City.  Come to this presentation to hear all of the results of this study.

When:  Thursday, May 12, 2011, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm (approximately 30 minute presentation followed by 30 minute public dialogue)

Where:  University of New Orleans, Room 129, Kirshman Hall (Building # 20 on Campus Map – http://uno2.uno.edu/maps/lakefront/)

This was an independent study conducted and presented by the students of Dr. John L. Renne’s Applied Techniques for Transportation Planning, Department of Planning and Urban Studies.  This study was not funded, supported or endorsed by any governmental entity.

 

Please RSVP for a head count to Paulette Simon:  psimon@uno.edu

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2 thoughts on “Final presentation of the New Orleans Claiborne Avenue Redevelopment Study

  1. Hi! I’m working on some planning projects for Claiborne Corridor and would love to see a copy of your presentation/findings. Do you have it online anywhere, or could you email me a copy?

    Best,
    Kathleen

    • Hi Kathleen,
      Sorry to get back to slowly. Dr. John Renne is responsible for that research and once it is finalized, he will post it on the Department website. I just checked and its not up yet. It will be posted here…http://planning.uno.edu/publications.cfm. Check back. You can also contact Dr. Renne directly to obtain an update. His email is on the department webpage. Good luck!
      Carl Seifert

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