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Reeding Road Study Community Meeting
February 20 @ 7:00 pm-8:30 pmFree
As part of the City’s 10-Year Capital Improvement Program, Redding Road is scheduled for resurfacing in 2024. In advance of this pending work, City and Regional Planning Masters students at OSU’s Knowlton School of Architecture are conducting a class project that is studying and developing proposed options on how this roadway could be reconfigured. With input from residents along Redding Road and the nearby area, the students are considering prospective options for enhancing pedestrian and bicycle access along this north/south “collector” street, such as shared-use paths and bike lanes, as well as considering on-street parking needs for residents, traffic calming and other possible improvements.
The students invite interested residents to join them to discuss the ideas under consideration and to receive input before they begin their designs.
Refreshments will be served.
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