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LTTE: City to host Traffic Operations Tour

City to host Traffic Operations Tour

By Joe Olson, Traffic Engineer


Citizens interested in traffic in Fort Collins will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with City of Fort Collins Traffic Engineers during an upcoming event. 

The City’s Traffic Engineering staff will host a short presentation, question and answer session and tour of the Traffic Operations Center on Wednesday, September 23 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at 626 Linden Street.  The event is meant to answer citizen’s questions about traffic management in Fort Collins and what the City is doing to mitigate traffic impacts during the busy summer construction season. 

 “We’re hoping to keep the event a manageable size so that everyone gets their questions answered,” said City Traffic Engineer, Joe Olson, “If we get good feedback from this initial event, we plan to do the tours more frequently throughout the year.”

 Those interested in attending the event need to RSVP by phone at 970-224-6062 or by email at  Snacks and beverages will be provided at the event and space is limited to 20 people. Please RSVP by September 21, 2015


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