The question of how to better move traffic up and down the South Hill between the Lincoln Heights and Southgate neighborhoods and around Ferris High School has confounded city planners for more than half a century.
For much of that time, the proposed solution was a street that would pass through Ferris’ property.
Now the city has turned its focus to a new bicycle and pedestrian path, plus some alterations to the intersections of Ray and Freya streets with 37th Avenue.
The new plan both builds on, and departs from, those of the past.
A proposal to improve traffic flow around Ferris first entered the city street plan in
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