The city’s Public Works and Traffic Commission requested a study be conducted last February and, on July 13, City Council approved a contract not to exceed $68,872, according to traffic engineer Erik Zandvliet.
A draft report and initial findings will be shared at commission and council meetings in April and May. Initial measures not requiring significant infrastructure changes are expected to be put into place sometime this summer.
Larger projects would be considered for inclusion in the capital improvements project list for fiscal year 2014-15. That list determines the city’s infrastructure needs and priorities for the coming year.
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