On Tuesday, residents living on or near Greenville Loop Road are invited to attend a second public meeting to discuss possible solutions to area traffic issues. At Tuesday’s meeting, residents will discuss recommended long-term and short-term solutions to issues that were identified in an initial meeting held in September.
Neighborhoods within the study area include: Bradley Heights, Bradley Hills, Cedar Landing, Colton Park, Foxcroft, Green Arbor Pointe, Greenville Heights, Greenville Manor, Marywood, Parkshore Estates, Rabbit Run, Raintree, Shinn Point, Shinnwood, Sleep Hollow, Stonebridge, Turtle Hall, Turtle Hall Harbour, Twin Magnolias and Windsor Forest. The meeting will be held:
Bradley Creek Elementary School
6211 Greenville Loop Road.
Tuesday, November 27 at 6:30 p.m.
The meetings are part of the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program that brings city staff and citizens together to identify solutions to address transportation related issues. The program identifies both long- and short-term traffic solutions and examines whole neighborhoods as opposed to single streets or blocks.