Commissioners are discussing the possibility of a Rehoboth Beach mobility center. A public/private partnership for such a development was presented by Colonial Parking and EDiS. A joint venture team comprised of Colonial Parking, EDiS, and the City was outlined. The joint venture team proposed leasing land from the City on which they will design, build, fund and manage a 300-space mobility center. The center will consist of parking spaces, scooter parking, bicycle parking among other mobility resources to serve downtown. As identified in previous parking studies, the parking lot located adjacent to City Hall and the Convention Center represents the best site for a mobility center. According to preliminary estimates, a garage with 300 spaces might cost $9,950,000. The Colonial-EDiS team proposes leasing the land from the City and funding the development of the center. The City will not contribute any capital funds to or debt for the project.
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