Pacific aldermen discussed an engineer’s drawing of a planned roundabout that would connect Thornton, Hogan and Viaduct streets with the westbound entrance and exit ramps on the north side of Interstate 44.
Speaking at the Feb. 19 board meeting, City Administrator Harold Selby said the city plans to apply for Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) funds, through East-West Gateway, to construct the new interchange. Work would probably not be done until 2016.
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