Work began on the Maguire Street Corridor Study in the fall of 2011. Throughout the next 12 months the plan was discussed and public input solicited during fifteen public meetings. More than 130 people participated in the meetings, with many people attending multiple sessions. The Maguire Street Corridor Study was adopted by City Council on October 8, 2012.
The study identifies a community-based vision for urban revitalization and related public infrastructure investments for the existing Maguire Street right-of-way. The City took over the Maguire Street right-of-way from the Missouri Department of Transportation in January 2012 and the results of this study will impact future City actions related to the Corridor.
You are invited to read the executive summary which provides an overview of the project recommendations and implementation strategies. Also provided below are links to the entire study document and Appendix A and B. The Corridor Study and Appendix B are both large files which may take some time to download. A hard copy of the study is available for viewing in the Community Development Department at City Hall, 102 S. Holden Street, Warrensburg, Missouri.
This material is based upon work supported by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) under TDGIIP-29, Cooperative Agreement No. DRGH61-11-H-0008, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under cooperative Agreement Number CCPMO0034-10. Any opinions, finding, and conclusions or recommendation expressed in this publication are those of the Author (s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the FHWA or HUD.