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Last Updated: 2017-10-24





The Pulse Corridor Plan was adopted by City Council on July 24th, 2017. The plan focuses on future development along the Pulse Corridor and seeks to answer questions like:

  • Where along the BRT corridor should development occur?
  • What should development look like?
  • How should development happen?

Please find a link the final adopted plan here: Pulse Corridor Plan document [July 2017] (66 MB)


One of the top recommendations of the Pulse Corridor Plan is to rezone areas to match the future land use plan. You can find information about Pulse Corridor implementation, including rezonings, here: Pulse Corridor Rezonings.


The City hosted two public meetings to present and discuss the draft plan and its recommendations. The two meetings focused on the same content.

Presentation by Chris Zimmerman, Smart Growth America & Chris Leinberger, George Washington University & LOCUS about Transit-Oriented Development along the Pulse Corridor, September 29, 2016:

September 20, 2016 Update on Plan Development:

The following materials were presented to the public as part of the November 19, 2015 kickoff meeting for the Broad & E Main St Corridor Plan:

Interactive Map:

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