I’l believe it when I see it.
Meanwhile, the reporter surely intended to write it this way: “Elm Street and Spring Street between State and Vincennes streets.”
The program provides for the conversion of these streets to two-way traffic:
►Market Street from First to Vincennes streets.
►Elm Street from Spring Street to between State and Vincennes streets.
►Pearl Street from Elm to Main Street.
►Bank Street from Oak Street to Main.
NA Confidential has been advocating two-way streets since at least 2005. We’d like our congratulatory plaque to be placed at 1112 East Spring Street, please — facing toward the house if possible.
Thank you. Thank you very much.
New Albany to begin conversion of one-way streets to two-way, by Sheldon S. Shafer (The Courier-Journal)
Seven years since a study first proposed the initiative, the city of New Albany, Indiana, is on the verge of beginning the conversion of several of its key one-way downtown streets to two-way traffic.
Preliminary construction work, including some borings and pavement markings, is starting this week, New Albany City Engineer Larry Summers said in an interview Monday.
The $1.9 million contract — all federal money — signed with Ragle Inc. calls for completion of the street conversions by Sept. 30, he said.