Can something be done to slow traffic down?
The Manning Avenue corridor is wide and flat, and there’s nothing in the physical design that can effectively slow traffic down without seriously compromising safety or diverting traffic elsewhere onto less safe routes. Therefore, we need to design roadway features to safely accommodate the speeds that we expect drivers to choose based on the topography and surroundings.

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1. What is the function of Manning Avenue?
2. Why does Manning Avenue need to be upgraded to a 4-lane facility?
3. Has a 3-lane facility been considered for Manning Avenue?
4. How will access be “managed” along the corridor?
5. Why do we need a center median along Manning Avenue?
6. Can something be done to slow traffic down?
7. Will roundabouts be considered along with this project?
8. What are the traffic benefits of the TH 5 realignment alternative?
9. Will all or parts of my property along Manning Avenue need to be acquired by the County?
10. Will there be assessments to my property?
11. What additional accommodations will be made for pedestrians and bicyclists?
12. What is being done to minimize impacts to the natural environment?
13. How will noise be addressed as part of the project?
14. How is the public being informed of the project progress and how can they get involved?