Public Meeting Planned Concerning Downtown Streets
A meeting to gather public input for the Downtown Lexington Traffic Movement and Revitalization Study will be held from 6:30 until 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 6th, at the Farish Theater, Lexington Public Library, 140 East Main Street. The study has evaluated converting several one-way streets downtown to two-way streets.
Wednesday’s public meeting will focus on study results for Main, Vine, South Limestone, High and Maxwell Streets. (A previous public meeting was held on Short, Second, North Upper and North Limestone.) The study does not recommend that South Limestone, High and Maxwell Streets be converted to two-way streets. Based on the study results to date, a decision on converting Main and Vine Streets would be deferred until the Newtown Pike extension (Oliver Lewis Way) is completed to Broadway.
The meeting will be broadcast on GTV3 (cable channel 3) on a tape delay. Click here to access GTV3 programming, where you can view all meetings held in Council Chambers and more.
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