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Traffic study: No 'significant impact' with Fox River development

180-unit apartment complex proposed for John Street in Appleton

6:54 AM, Jul. 19, 2013
City traffic engineers say a proposed 180-unit apartment building on the former Foremost Dairy site, shown here, will have no 'significant impact' on traffic flow, despite concerns from neighbors.
City traffic engineers say a proposed 180-unit apartment building on the former Foremost Dairy site, shown here, will have no 'significant impact' on traffic flow, despite concerns from neighbors.
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City traffic engineers say a proposed 180-unit apartment building on the Fox River will have no "significant impact" on traffic flow, despite concerns from neighbors.

The report analyzed a 24-hour window on Wednesday, June 5 - before Lawrence University's summer break began. With 240 proposed parking stalls at the new structures on the Fox River, engineers estimated 1,200 new daily trips.

"If you break it down to a single intersection at peak hours, it's about 82 new cars over an hour, so a little more than one new car per minute," Mike Hardy, the city's assistant city traffic engineer, said ...

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