There could be big changes along 26th Street in Sioux Falls.
On Wednesday night, 150 people packed a public meeting on plans to possibly change the intersection at 26th Street and Southeastern Avenue. It's an area that sometimes experiences traffic jams due to trains running through town.
Plans are now looking to raise 26th Street over the tracks.
"You know what, I don't know yet. I don't know. I'm still debating on which option I think is the best. It remains to be seen, as we whittle the options down, we'll find out which is the best for everyone,” Sioux Falls resident Dan Sahr said.
There are still more public meetings planned to get the five current options for the intersection narrowed down to their final choice.