May 28 Policy Advisory Committee meeting, Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide, COVID-19 information

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May 22, 2020

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Policy Advisory Committee to meet May 28

The Policy Advisory Committee's regularly-scheduled May 28, 2:30 p.m. meeting will be held on Zoom. Members of the public can register to attend the meeting, which includes a public comment period, here. This registration form will be available through the end of the meeting.

Agenda for the May 28 Policy Advisory Committee meeting (PDF).

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ramsey County continues to work with agency and local partners to advance the Rush Line BRT Project while taking recommended public health precautions, such as holding meetings virtually rather than in person.

Ramsey County Rail Right-of-Way Design Guide available online

People talking about Rush Line on the Bruce Vento Trail

Rush Line BRT Project staff speak with Bruce Vento Regional Trail users in summer 2019.

The Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide is a roadmap for the future design of the Ramsey County Rail right-of-way—which includes the Bruce Vento Regional Trail and a bus-only guideway for the Rush Line BRT.

The Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide was created as part of the Rush Line BRT Project using public input collected in 2019 and during previous planning phases. It addresses design elements such as landscaping, buffer areas, safety, access and trail amenities.

Read the Ramsey County Rail Right-of-way Design Guide (PDF).

Ramsey County COVID-19 information

The COVID-19 information page on Ramsey County's website contains up-to-date information about resources available to families, individuals and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Earlier this month, Ramsey County's Racial Equity and Community Engagement Response Team hosted a series of six online community town halls spotlighting financial assistance, social services, veterans services, public health, community corrections, and housing stability. Meeting notes and recordings are available on the Racial Equity and Community Engagement page.