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Workshop for Broad Street Enhancements

Public Input Session Set for January 19th at 5:30 PM at Bexley City Hall

A workshop meeting will be held at City Hall on January 19th, 2016 at 5:30 PM to discuss Phase II of the Broad Street Reconstruction project.  Phase II is to include pavement resurfacing, signage streamlining, and potential bicycle infrastructure and streetscape improvements.  The intent of the workshop is to gather public input on various elements of this stretch of Broad Street from Nelson to Gould Road, including feedback regarding traffic, signage, lighting, aesthetics, etc.  Following this workshop, the Broad Street design steering committee will review resident suggestions and provide recommendations to be reviewed at a follow-up public meeting in February.

The City will be soliciting bids for Phase II of this project starting late winter/early spring with construction commencing soon thereafter. Two-way traffic will be maintained throughout the duration of this project along Broad Street and construction will be conducted in two block increments (least impactful to traveling public, employers/employees and local residents) as was done with Phase I in 2015.

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    You are conducting a workshop for enhancement of the broad street. Are you serious that you are going to do such things? This is the time wastage thing. And if the road really needs to be large one then it should be done by the government.
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