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City of Albuquerque's New Bicycle Safety Newsletter

Posted by UHA Association on Saturday, October 20, 2012, In : Transportation 
The University Heights neighborhood has many residents and visitors who use bicycles to commute to work and school, and because of our proximity to UNM and the Bicycle Boulevard running through the neighborhood, we have many cyclists passing through our streets every day. As such bicycle safety issues are always important to our residents. 

The City of Albuquerque has started publishing the Albuquerque Bike Safety Newsletter, a brief bi-monthly E-newsletter created to keep people informed abou...

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Lead and Coal Improvement Project starts on October 25

Posted by UHA Association on Friday, October 8, 2010,
October 8, 2010
The much anticipated Lead and Coal renovation will begin on October 25 on Coal and Oak and Coal and University.  A new website ( will provide regular updates and allow for comments, questions, concerns.
A Public Information Meeting with the contractor, city officials (including police, solid waste, transit, and others) will be on Wednesday, October 13 from 11 to 1 and 3 to 6, with a formal presentation at 6 at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, Silver and Carlisle...

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Posted by UHA on Thursday, November 5, 2009, In : Lead & Coal 
Preview the landscape plan for the Lead and Coal Improvements Project here.  Click the image link below for a PDF document.

Please note these drawings are current as of April 2009.

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Posted by UHA on Tuesday, November 3, 2009, In : Lead & Coal 
Mayor Chavez announced on August 13 and the City Council approved on August 17 an agreement with the Richardson administration and State Department of Transportation to use $25 million of federal stimulus funds, and an additional $7 million of city funds, for Lead Coal redesign. $4 million of the city funds must be approved by voters as part of the bond issue on the October 6 ballot. The funding will allow: 1) construction of the entire corridor, from Washington to Broadway, as one project (a...
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