I-229 EXIT 6 (10th STREET) CROSSROAD CORRIDOR STUDY

Looking northwest at the 10th St Corridor in downtown Sioux FallsThe 10th Street Interchange at I-229, along with the 10th Street Corridor in Central and Eastern Sioux Falls, carries between 20,000 and 30,000 vehicles per day with growth taking place along this corridor every year. From downtown, east to the proposed SD 100 Corridor, managing growth will be tricky and costly. Most businesses along the corridor already feel that they don’t have enough property so developing options to prepare this area for growth will be a cooperative effort by the Study Team, corridor users, and adjacent landowners.

In 2013 and 2014, a study will be conducted to determine ways to:

Project Update:

Looking southeasr at the 10th St Corridor east of I-229 near Bahnson Ave

Looking northwest of Exit 6 (10th St) Interchange at I-229

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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