Last Updated: 04/20/2018
Week of April 23
West Wilson Street (Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard - South Hamilton Street) is open to one lane of through traffic.
S Hamilton (Wilson - Doty) remains closed to through traffic and is scheduled to be reopened around May 25.
The contractor installing sanitary sewer on Wilson St and grading on Hamilton St and Henry St.
This project will involve the replacement of pavement, city utilities, curb and gutter, and sidewalk on West Wilson Street from Martin Luther King Junior Blvd. to South Henry Street.
March 12 - July 6 2018
Public Information Meetings:
At the Pedestrian, Bicycle and Motor Vehicle Commission meeting on Tuesday, April 25, it was decided that the City would not proceed with a test of the counter-flow bike lane on Wilson St. There will no longer be a discussion of the test at the Board of Public Works meeting on May 3.
Proposed Project Approval
The City will be presenting a proposed plan to the Board of Public Works on Wednesday, May 17 at 4:30 PM. This proposed plan will include reconstructing W. Wilson St. at a 40 ft. width (same as existing). Following the project, W. Wilson St. will have the existing lane configuration (2 travel lanes and 2 parking lanes), but the proposed street width will maintain flexibility for potential future bike accommodations.
The project proposal will also go to the Common Council for final approval on Tuesday, June 6.
PIM #2 03/20/2017
A second Public Information Meeting was held on Monday, March 20 at 6:30 PM in Room 351 of the City-County Building. The notice that was sent to owners, residents, and businesses for this meeting can be found here as well as the presentation and plans presented at the meeting:
PIM Number 2 Notice
Wilson Street Alternative 1
Wilson Street Alternative 2
Wilson Street Alternative 3
PIM #1 02/21/2017
A Public Information Meeting was held on Tuesday February 21, 2017. The presentation and plans can be found below. At this meeting, the project was presented with a proposed widened sidewalk on the south side while maintaining the existing travel and parking lanes.