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Mansfield Traffic Pattern Changes Still Being Studied
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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 7/9/2014

Some changes might be made to traffic patterns in downtown Mansfield. A committee continues reviewing half a dozen possible scenarios and could decide on one of them soon. The proposals include closing Park Avenue through Central Park and having traffic go around the square on North and South Park Streets, as was done in the fifties. Diamond, Main, and Mulberry Streets could also be changed from one-way to two-way. Any scenario the group selects would first be subject to a feasibility study. The committee's next meeting is in a few weeks, during which Mayor Tim Theaker says he hopes they can agree on one scenario. Walnut Street has already been changed to two-way traffic.

   
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