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State College Borough Council Hires Engineering Firm for Intersection Design

by on January 13, 2014 11:50 PM

State College Borough Council approved at its meeting Monday night a $63,000 contract to carry out traffic design work at three downtown intersections.

Council approved the $63,450 expenditure to hire Stahl Sheaffer Engineering for design assistance with the intersections of Pugh Street and College Avenue, Pugh Street and Beaver Avenue, and Beaver Avenue and Locust Lane.

The measure passed without opposition. Councilwoman Catherine Dauler was absent.

The project includes a left turn arrow at the intersection of Pugh Street and Beaver Avenue, traffic signal plans at both College Avenue and Pugh Street and Beaver Avenue and Pugh Street, and handicap ramp designs at all three intersections.

Council's pubic meeting lasted roughly 10 minutes. Immediately after council participated in an orientation meeting.

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Jennifer Miller is a reporter for StateCollege.com. She has worked in journalism since 2005. She's covered news at the local, state and national level with an emphasis on crime and local government.
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