WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (March 10, 2017) – Construction for the State Street Redevelopment Project will begin in earnest on April 3 with work taking place this year from the Wabash River through Purdue University’s campus to U.S. 231. The preliminary vehicular traffic plan that was released in December has been updated, and the new plan is now available on www.statestreetwl.com. The vehicular traffic plan highlights major traffic impacts, including main closures and access roads, through the end of November.
The public is invited to attend one of two informational meetings on Thursday, March 23, in which project representatives will walk through the vehicular traffic plan and then be available to answer questions about the project. The first meeting will be held at noon at Purdue University’s Stewart Center in room 206, 128 Memorial Mall. The second meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the West Lafayette Library’s Elm and Walnut Rooms, 208 W. Columbia St.
The community is encouraged to sign up for Nixle alerts to receive emergency updates and traffic reminders via text message or email and to regularly visit www.statestreetwl.com throughout the project for up-to-date information.
The State Street Redevelopment Project is a collaborative effort between the City of West Lafayette and Purdue University to improve quality of life by transforming State Street into a more desirable destination for the local community and visitors. For more information about the project, visit www.statestreetwl.com.