Announced in November 2015, the One Center City initiative is a nearly two-year effort to draft a mobility and public realm plan focused on better connecting people and goods in the center of Seattle to the region.

That includes Downtown, Belltown, Denny Triangle, Uptown, South Lake Union, Capitol Hill, First Hill, Pike-Pine, the Chinatown/International District and Pioneer Square.

There will be a One Center City panel discussion and project overview 6 p.m. Monday, April 17, in Seattle Central College’s Erickson Theatre, 1524 Harvard Ave.

This is an opportunity to join the discussion around the creation of a 20-year transportation and public realm plan for Seattle’s 10 Center City neighborhoods.

One Center City is a partnership between the City of Seattle, Sound Transit, King County Metro and the Downtown Seattle Association.

Find out more about the project at onecentercity.org.