24th Street Corridor Study

About the Project

The Central Corridor of 24th Street, Mason Street to Cass Street, is intended to provide linkage to the north and south with improved connectivity for all modes of transportation. The purpose of this project is to analyze the current use and determine how to best use the existing street right-of-way to accommodate all users including vehicles, transit, bicycles, pedestrians and on-street parking now and in the future.
The result of the study will be a corridor plan with concept plans and a recommended implementation program with specific projects identified.
24th Street Corridor Study

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Project Schedule


Due to local health directives, the anticipated public meetings for this project have been changed to virtual presentations. There will not be an in person meeting scheduled to present the draft final plan.
April 15, 2021
View updated information here to learn about the preferred alternative and proposed projects.
January 19, 2021
View updated information here to learn more about potential alternatives for the corridor and provide your feedback!
January 7, 2021
View the archived public meeting from November 2020 HERE!

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  • To provide your input about a specific location within the project area, visit the City Map.


Jamie Winterstein, PE
Project Manager, City of Omaha