Milford to hold meetings about South Walnut, traffic study

By Joseph Edelen
Posted 11/23/22

The city of Milford will host input meetings to gather feedback about an ongoing traffic study Dec. 13 and about a proposed concept plan regarding South Walnut Street on Dec. 15.

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Milford to hold meetings about South Walnut, traffic study

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MILFORD — The city will host input meetings to gather feedback about an ongoing traffic study Dec. 13 and about a proposed concept plan regarding South Walnut Street on Dec. 15.

The first meeting will be held from 6-8 p.m. at the city’s Public Works Department.

Representatives from Milford, Dover, the Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization and Century Engineering will be available to discuss the traffic study.

Milford is working with the planning organization and Century Engineering to complete the analysis, which will develop a recommended concept plan for the North Walnut Street, North Rehoboth Boulevard, North Washington Street and 10th Street areas.

On Dec. 15, the South Walnut Street meeting will be held at Milford City Hall from 6-8 p.m., and all interested parties are invited. City officials and Century Engineering will be available to offer information about a traffic-calming and bike/pedestrian proposal.

Century Engineering has been hired to complete a study to analyze traffic conditions in the South Walnut area, identify possible improvements for traffic calming and speed reduction, find gaps in the pedestrian network and develop a recommended plan for bicycle, pedestrian and road upgrades.

The final concept plans for both areas would be used to develop capital projects.

Questions should be directed to planning director Rob Pierce at 302-424-8395 or rpierce@milford-de.gov.

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