City, Augustana Unveil New Pedestrian Crossing

What:   City of Sioux Falls and Augustana University’s new pedestrian scramble
When: 

Wednesday, August 8
10 a.m.

Where:   Intersection of 33rd Street and Grange Avenue. Parking is available in the Solberg Hall parking lot at the northeast corner of the intersection.
Who: Augustana University students
Rick Tupper, Associate Vice President for University Services, Augustana University
T.J. Nelson, Deputy Chief of Staff, City of Sioux Falls
Why:   The City of Sioux Falls recently redesigned and reprogrammed the intersection of 33rd Street and Grange Avenue, on the campus of Augustana University, to be the city’s first pedestrian scramble. The new system, with new crosswalk lines and reprogrammed pedestrian signals, allows pedestrians to cross safely in any direction, including diagonally.
Visuals: Live demonstration of intersection configuration.

If an ADA accommodation is needed, please contact the Human Relations Office at 605-367-8745 or humanrelations@siouxfalls.org.


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