Getting There: New streets, connections proposed for U.S. 195 corridor; issues expected to linger

Within the next two decades, some 3,700 new homes, apartments and other forms of housing will pop up in Vinegar Flats and the Latah Valley.

At a national average of about 2.5 people per household, that amounts to more than 9,000 new residents.

And that’s not all the growth expected in the area, according to a new study of the U.S. 195 corridor.

Some 1,700 new jobs should also become available by 2040, most of them in a retail sector that’s expected to expand to meet the needs of all the new neighbors.

All of those new people and businesses are expected to arrive in a slice of the

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