The Consolidated Government has announced three public hearings over the next three weeks to deal with traffic and parking issues that have arisen from a consultant’s recommendations for downtown Columbus.
The city held one forum Friday evening in Council Chambers, which was sparsely attended, possibly because of a lack of publicity.
The next public meeting will be Thursday at 5:30, also in the Council Chambers on the Plaza Level of the Government Center. It will be to discuss an urban design consultant’s ideas about traffic flow, including possibly restoring two-way traffic to some currently one-way streets.
The same topics will be addressed at the next meeting, Thursday, March 7, in Foley Hall at the Springer Opera House.
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The issue of downtown parking will again be addressed at a meeting Tuesday, March 12, also in Foley Hall.