Barrels are used in May to test the effect of reducing 183rd Street from four lanes to two. The village is seeking a grant that would help with the costs of making that change permanent. (Chronicle file photo)
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Public invited to open house on traffic diet test results; Homewood to seek grant for 183rd Street lane restructuring

Homewood trustees voted unanimously Tuesday, Sept. 13, to authorize an application for an Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program (ITEP) grant that would help the village with costs of implementing a traffic diet plan on 183rd Street.

At the meeting, Public Works Director John Schaefer announced that there will be two open house sessions where village staff will present the results of a traffic diet test conducted in May from Morgan Street to Riegel Road, and finding to determine whether Gottschalk at 183rd Street will be closed.

Barrels are used in May to test the effect of reducing . . .

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