(COLUMBIA, MO) ~ Columbia Public Works Department Holds Meeting to Address Traffic Concerns on Rollins Road

The City of Columbia's Public Works department has announced an upcoming open house meeting to discuss traffic calming measures for Rollins Road. The meeting will take place on Monday, July 8 from 6 to 7 p.m. in Conference Room 1A at City Hall.

According to a recent traffic study, the stretch of Rollins Road between South Fairview Road and Stadium Boulevard has been identified as an area where vehicles are operating at higher speeds than desired. In response, the Public Works department has scheduled this meeting to review potential solutions and gather input from the community.

The meeting will serve as an opportunity for residents to define and prioritize the traffic problems on Rollins Road, identify desired outcomes, and learn about the Public Works Neighborhood Traffic Management Program. City engineering staff will be present at the meeting to provide information and answer any questions.

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For those unable to attend the meeting, information and diagrams will also be available for public review on the project's website at Additionally, public comments can be submitted at the meeting or through the BeHeard webpage until July 22. Residents can also fill out a comment form attached to the press release and email it or mail it to Columbia Public Works.

The City encourages all members of the public to attend this open house meeting. For individuals with disabilities who require accommodations, please contact the Public Works department in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made. This can be done by calling 573.874.CITY (2489) or emailing create new email.

As plans for traffic calming measures on Rollins Road are developed, all public comments received will be taken into consideration. The City is committed to addressing community concerns and ensuring safe roadways for all residents.

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