After reading the plan chapters, we invite you to participate in the following specific discussion topics.
Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan
After a day of brainstorming and presentations, the DataJam participants narrowed all of their ideas down to 11 final teams.
Share your ideas with the various teams as they look at innovative uses for open data sets.
After reviewing the basemap of the street section of the corridors from the I-40/Hammond Road interchange to the Capital Boulevard/Atlantic Avenue intersection, please identify the following.
Downtown Planning - Then and Now
Grant Meacci, PLA, LEED AP
Planning + Design Manager, Raleigh Urban Design Center
Daniel Howe, ASLA, AICP
Raleigh Assistant City Manager
David Diaz, President and CEO
Downtown Raleigh Alliance
Raleigh Street Design Manual
Streets, Sidewalks, and Driveway Access Handbook has been amended to work with the development changes and street cross sections in the adopted Unified Development Ordinance. The draft document is called, Raleigh Street Design Manual - click here to download the document.