McEuen traffic study complete

Results to be presented to Cd'A City Council at Wednesday workshop

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COEUR d'ALENE - Parking, driving, steering, wheeling, oh my.

The traffic study is complete, and the impact of motorcars in, out and around McEuen Field will be presented to the Coeur d'Alene City Council at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday during an informational workshop.

The park's designers, Team McEuen, along with Welsh Comer Engineers, studied traffic congestion using a number of scenarios and figures, and will detail their findings about what could be expected around a revamped park, should the downtown green space receive a facelift.

The study was part of $60,300 of studies that also analyzed the park's topography.

"There were no big surprises," said Dick Stauffer, Team McEuen park designer.

The workshop, at Park Tower on Front Avenue, is open to the public but is informational only. Public comment will not be accepted.

After the workshop the traffic study will go before the City Council for adoption. City officials said it won't land on the City Council's plate until after the council-elects take their seats in January.

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