(Wyo)-UW To Study On-Campus Traffic
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming is going to explore the possibility of closing 15th Street on campus to motor vehicle traffic as a safety measure for pedestrian students.
It's not exactly the school's idea - it's a direction from the Legislature and UW is to report its findings no later than Nov 1.
Laramie Mayor Andi Summerville and UW vice president of governmental affairs Chris Boswell tell the Laramie Boomerang the project will require collaboration between the city and UW.
The section of 15th Street involved is among the most heavily used roads on campus with data going back to 2009 showing about 3,000-4,000 pedestrian crossings every day by students from residence halls or Fraternity and Sorority Row.
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