Kcor asked the questions who pays for the space, when are you going to open? What is stopping you?
That’s a big space! How ever are you going to use it??
They won a $10 million grant. They will address walkability in their whole town and will build workforce housing. (What’s in a word: workforce housing has a nice ring to it and addressing the whole town? that’s excellent.)
The Kingston Corridor is quite all-encompassing for Kingston, connecting the unique linear aspect of the city and the 3 distinct business districts, the center of the Corridor being rather rife with through traffic making biking and walking perforce a little tricky. And the Kingston Corridor is 3 miles long, a rather daunting layout for walking hence, the shuttle bus.
Citizens irked by traffic skirting main street foor side streets to avoid traffic lights
KCor says “this is where 4 way stop signs and roundabouts are superior to stoplight. In some towns every stop light is being evaluated for replacement
That’s what the Kingston Corridor is about…
That there be a shuttle service defined to operate on the Kingston Corridor, Kingston’s “Main Street”…
About the architects:
About the work they did…