LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - A long-planned road project in La Crosse is being pushed back again, giving residents in the area a chance to voice their concerns.
Clinton Street will eventually be converted from a four-lane road to two lanes with bike lanes on each side of the street.
The project was supposed to start on Monday but has been pushed back until September 14th because of the closure of the nearby Exit 3.
City council member Andrea Richmond says residents on French Island's Nakomis Avenue were never informed of the project and are concerned that limiting the road to two lanes will make it more difficult for them to turn onto Clinton Street.
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