Hyde Park, N. Logan, Smithfield seek traffic solution

HYDE PARK – The Hyde Park, North Logan and Smithfield city councils met jointly Thursday at the Hyde Park city hall to discuss how they can better their cities for the public.The councils discussed public transportation, public safety, and real estate. Council members mapped out alternative routes through the cities in order to lighten the traffic on Main Street.The people attending the meeting were not thrilled with alternative 6A because it was not convenient for everyone, and in a 24-person survey taken prior to the meeting, 79 percent said they did not want alternative 5. The councils decided they want preferred alternatives from the public. They are not the ones making this decision. It is in the hands of the public.

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