Downtown Columbus Traffic Changes Designed To Help Businesses

Columbus officials say changing traffic patterns downtown may help the planned revitalization of the area.

Columbus officials say changing traffic patterns in the city’s downtown may help the planned revitalization of the area. Columbus Redevelopment Commission Executive Director Ed Curtin says while changes to traffic patterns won’t happen for a long time, city leaders need to discuss the issue.

Officials estimate the changes will cost approximately $200 thousand. Curtin says the city would also like to coordinate road pattern changes with the opening of the new Cummins offices, which are scheduled to be finished in Spring of 2009.

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