Corridor Anchors: Summer & National, Summer & Graham
Highland Heights Church
The Memphis and Shelby County Division of Planning and Development is working with consultants to propose improvements to Summer Avenue. This Corridor Study, which encompasses the 5.5 mile stretch of Summer Avenue from E. Parkway to I-240, will identify corridor needs, and opportunities to adapt Summer Avenue as it currently exists to a corridor reimagined and supportive of multimodal users. The planning team will team will transform data-driven insights and public engagement into concept designs that satisfy a wide range of safety, mobility, and community development goals.
To make this project successful and ensure it addresses the needs and concerns of the community, all residents, stakeholders, and users of Summer Avenue are invited to participate and follow along in the planning process. On this website, you can find opportunities to participate in the planning process throughout this Plan’s development – ensuring public input informs both the team’s understanding of needs, challenges, and opportunities, as well as design feedback during subsequent stages.
FINAL DESIGN CONCEPTS
SUMMER AVENUE CROSS SECTIONS WITH POTENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS
Memphis will be a city that anchors growth on strengths of the core and neighborhoods; a city of greater connectivity and access; a city of opportunity for all. Learn more about us.
Division of Planning & Development
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