Construction will take five to six years and will begin after full funding is in place and a qualified contractor to build the Project is selected through a competitive process.

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Getting Around During Construction

We’re listening and planning, learning from other jurisdictions, past projects, and new innovations in construction.

We know people need to get to work, school, doctors’ appointments, and other services in the area. We will be developing strategies to ensure people can continue to get around during construction.

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Supporting Business Access & Addressing Community Needs

To support business and address community needs we will establish a store-front office for continuous ongoing liaison and support for businesses and the community during construction. We are listening to businesses and local residents to understand their needs during construction and how we may use this office to address them. We will also be working with businesses and the community to ensure ongoing, safe and universal access to homes, shops and services during construction.

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