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Fort Wayne invites citizens to meeting on Goshen Road improvement project

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — In a few weeks, Fort Wayne residents will be able to voice their opinion on plans the city has for a project to improve a stretch of Goshen Road.

On March 30, the City of Fort Wayne will host a public meeting on the Goshen Road Corridor Improvement Project, which plans to include road reconstruction, additional driving lanes, pedestrian facilities and landscaping to a stretch of Goshen Road from Gateway Plaza to Coliseum Boulevard.

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The meeting will be held at St. Matthews Lutheran Church from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

During the meeting, a team from the City of Fort Wayne will provide an overview of the project, proposed improvements to the corridor, and the tentative timeline.

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Time will also be made available for public comment.

As reported by WANE 15