If you do a lot of driving in eastern Sioux Falls, there’s an upcoming project that could have a huge impact on you.
This spring, crews will start working on a project that involves Interstate 229, 26th Street and Southeastern Avenue. The finished product will include a railroad overpass and Southeastern Avenue intersection improvements.
So how long will it take to get this project done, and how will it affect you if you regularly drive on those roads? Those are questions that could get answered at a meeting Wednesday night.
The City of Sioux Falls and the Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting about the project at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. It’s being held at Lincoln High School and is scheduled to last until about 7 p.m.