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Sioux Falls Corridor Study: 26th Street I-229

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The City of Sioux Falls is launching a new project to improve a corridor near 26th Street and I-229. It's a study to find out how the city can reduce traffic along one of the busiest areas in he city.

They need your help to tackle it.

The area is near I-229 and 26th Street extending from Cliff Avenue to Cleveland Avenue.

City officials know it's a very urbanized area so they have partnered with the state to make sure they find a way to reduce traffic while they improve safety.

The entire corridor is a mix of residential streets, businesses, parks and things like the bike trails and railroad tracks.

Signs have already been posted to let everyone know it's the beginning of the city's project.

"When you have that many factors in this urbanized area, it's going to take a major study to look at each element and come up with a build-able solution that can meet the project goal of minimizing people's delay through the entire corridor and ultimately, making it safer," Public Works Director Mark Cotter said.

The team has created a user-friendly website for anyone to participate.

Take the "Travel Survey'' and let them know what you think about the corridor area.

Find the link below: 

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