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The Main (Avenue) event

Ongoing study of busy corridor yields options for traffic changes

12:02 PM, Mar. 27, 2013
Officials from De Pere and Wisconsin Department of Transportation are looking at some design alternatives that could alter the traffic flow on Main Avenue, which runs one way to the west from the Claude Allouez Bridge downtown.
Officials from De Pere and Wisconsin Department of Transportation are looking at some design alternatives that could alter the traffic flow on Main Avenue, which runs one way to the west from the Claude Allouez Bridge downtown.
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Officials from De Pere and Wisconsin Department of Transportation have possible changes with traffic flow in the city's busy Main Avenue corridor on their radar again.

A year and a half after planners started looking at ways to ease congestion and improve safety on the west-side thoroughfare, the matter is gaining some traction.

The city and DOT hosted a meeting Thursday night, March 21, at De Pere Community Center to get residents, business owners and representatives from St. Norbert College up to speed on the ongoing Wisconsin 32 corridor study. ...

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