• City leaders consider pedestrian changes to 11th

    By: Preston Jones

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • City engineers, with help from INCOG, completed a multi-modal street study of 11th between Lewis and Harvard,
    • They studied studying speed, lighting, access, traffic and accidents.
    • Engineers present the results of the study and talk about redesigning the street at a meeting Monday at 6 p.m. at the Chapman Student Union at TU.
    • The presentation is open to the public, and engineers want the public to give feedback on the design plans.
    • A new design could include protected bike lanes, changes in lane sizes, and plans for Bus Rapid Transit.
    • Neighbors say they really want to see bike lanes on 11th street.

     


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