Drivers, who sit through three green lights at 33rd Street and Broadway before it is their time to turn, aren’t alone. There are 70,968 drivers trying to make their way through this intersection each day.
That would equal 85 percent of Edmond population at one congested intersection over a 24-hour period.
The second busiest intersection in Edmond is just a mile north at 15th Street and Broadway. City officials calculate 60,586 vehicles drive that intersection in a 24-hour period.
The third busiest intersection is Second Street and Bryant Avenue with 50,606 vehicles.…
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Mark your calendars!
Edmond City Council meeting for Monday, Feb. 22 has been moved to Wednesday, February 24.
That isn’t the only change. The start of the meeting has been moved back to 4:30 p.m.
Don’t worry if you’re interested in the multi-family development in Coffee Creek because City Attorney Stephen Murdock said action on that controversal project is expected to be continued from the Feb. 22 meeting.
A decision on the new date didn’t come easy. Council members will be out of town at different times that week, leaving them without a quorum.…
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