CSS is a collaborative, interdisciplinary decision-making process and design approach that involves all stakeholders to develop a transportation facility that fits its physical setting.

The community will have a strong voice in the CSS process, helping the team to best meet the objectives and priorities of the neighborhoods near the project. With stakeholder input, the project team will examine:

  • Landform elements
  • Local infrastructure elements
  • Interchange infrastructure elements
  • Vegetation elements
  • Community and public art components

CSS WORKSHOPS

To encourage participation, the North Split project team is meeting with many neighborhood groups adjacent to the project area. Below is the meeting schedule:

  • March 28, 7 p.m. – Holy Cross/Cottage Home/Windsor Park/Woodruff Place neighborhoods
    Arsenal Technical High School
  • Saturday, March 30, 9 a.m. – Fletcher Place/North Square/Bates-Hendricks/Stadium Village Business Association/Old Southside neighborhood
    Sacred Heart Parish Hall, 1125 S. Meridian Street
  • Tuesday, April 2, 7 p.m. – Chatham Arch/Lockerbie Square neighborhoods
    Fire Station Museum, Union Hall, 748 Massachusetts Ave
  • Thursday, April 4, 5 p.m. – Interstate Business Groups/Cole-Noble neighborhood
    Young & Laramore Gymnasium, 407 Fulton Street
  • Tuesday, April 9, 7 p.m. – Herron-Morton/Old Northside/St. Joseph neighborhoods
    Knights of Columbus, McGowan Hall, 1305 N. Delaware St. Indianapolis

Everyone is invited to attend any of the meetings listed above. If you cannot attend but want to provide feedback, complete our CSS neighborhood feedback form.

OTHER CSS-FOCUSED PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT ACTIVITIES

In addition to the workshops, the CSS process will include:

  • Public open house(s) to collect community-level feedback and direction on proposed CSS concepts, ideas and treatments
  • The CSS Resource Team, comprised of local agencies and organizations, with unique community insights and ownership/maintenance of future treatments and assets (art, trails, landscaping,. etc.)
  • Feedback from CAC and City of Indianapolis