LCG, in conjunction with APC, to host University Avenue Corridor public meeting

Lafayette Consolidated Government (LCG), in conjunction with the Acadiana Planning Commission (APC), will host a public meeting to provide information and gather citizen feedback as a part of the University Avenue corridor study. The meeting will be held on Monday, January 29 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Bridge Ministry of Acadiana, located at 512 N. University Avenue.

In the fall of 2016 the APC awarded LCG $1,545,740 to fund transportation improvements and planning projects, including the corridor study project. The purpose of the study is to identify opportunities to improve the transportation efficiency and mobility options of the corridor, as well as enhance its potential for economic revitalization. The project aims to unify planning along the state highway by bringing together various efforts to identify implementation steps to happen over the next few years. The plan will span from Cameron St. to just north of I-10.

Representatives from APC, LCG, and CSRS, the consulting firm conducting the corridor study, will be on hand at the meeting to answer questions and discuss issues related to the project.