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City of Bloomington, Indiana

 

This project is intended to enhance intersection safety for pedestrians crossing Rogers Street at 4th Street.

Project Map:

4th Rogers

Project Description

This project is intended to enhance intersection safety for pedestrians crossing Rogers Street at 4th Street. The project was originally prioritized through the Bloomington/Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization (BMCMPO) Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP). Due to delays in the preliminary engineering stage and the fact that this is a relatively small project, it has been removed from the TIP and will instead be funded locally. With the change in funding source, this project is expected to maintain its original construction schedule.

Public input will be necessary to help determine the most appropriate improvements at this location. A survey was available throughout the month of February to gather initial input and aid the City's design consultant, VS Engineering, Inc., in preparing and evaluating project alternatives. These alternatives were presented at a public meeting on April 20th, 2016.

Public Input:

Thank You to everyone who participated in the initial survey, the public input meeting, or otherwise provided feedback! The information presented at the April 20, 2016 meeting is available through the links below. These alternatives are conceptual in nature and may be updated to accommodate comments or design requirements.

The public comment period has closed, thank you for all of the feedback! After reviewing all public input and available data, Alternative 3 was chosen as the preferred design. A summary of the process and reasoning leading to that decision is available below under 'Design Decision.'

Design Alternative Information: 

Project Timeline:

  • Initial Public Input Survey: February 2016 (complete)
  • Public Information Meeting: April 20, 2016 (complete)
  • Design: 2016 (ongoing)
  • Construction: Fall 2017

Project Contact:

Matt Smethurst
(812) 349-3423 or smethurm@bloomington.in.gov