At its May 22 meeting, the Bloomington Common Council unanimously approved a new transportation plan for the city. The plan, developed by the Toole Design Group, was heavily amended during that meeting. (This Indiana Daily Student article reports on some of those changes, or you can watch the meeting on CATS here.)
When the plan was originally unveiled, it included a proposal to switch College and Walnut from one-way to two-way streets. The Chamber was one of many voices advocating strongly against this change, and it was removed from the plan. Whew.
Next steps: The city's Plan Commission will review the plan, signing off on it before it takes effect.
The final plan has not yet been posted online, but will be on the city's Transportation Plan site.
Director of Advocacy & Public Policy