March 12, 1998 in Washington Voices

Traffic Concerns To Be Addressed Officials Have Come Up With Proposals

By The Spokesman-Review
 

Last summer, Logan neighborhood residents voiced concerns about traffic on busy Hamilton Street and offered ideas.

Now, Spokane Regional Transportation Council officials are returning to the neighborhood with proposals for improving transportation, walkability, intersections and air quality along the corridor.

Logan resident Jeanette Harras said the neighborhood is especially interested in pursuing alternatives other than the typical road widening to move traffic through quicker.

The study is being done in anticipation of a number of proposed projects in the corridor, including Gonzaga University expansion.

The road improvements are proposed between the Interstate 90 off-ramp and North Foothills Boulevard.

Glenn Miles, transportations manager, plans to bring diagrams, charts and maps, as well as the engineers who did the transportation and air quality modeling to the meeting.

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The Logan neighborhood meeting is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Aloysius School, 611 E. Mission.

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