Avon ‘road diet’ could cost $2.5 million

16th September, 2016 by

By John LaConte

AVON — Architects of the controversial “road diet” test traffic pattern on East and West Beaver Creek Boulevard met with the community this week.The group Blue Zones has been contracted by the town of Avon for $180,000 for the test, Mike Albert with Blue Zones told the group on Thursday, and has so far billed for about $40,000 of that amount. A total of $2.5 million will be allocated for the road diet in 2017 according to the plan. The Avon Town Council is set to vote on it in the coming months, but first, Thursday’s design workshop was set …

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