May 2, 2024
The illustration above shows the typology for an Uptown alley, which would be oriented toward pedestrian and bicycle traffic. They may also have amenities like outdoor dining areas and street furniture, along with light fixtures and public art that can be enjoyed by pedestrians. (Graphic submitted)

College students offer solutions for P.C. issues


By Kayleen Petrovia, Marysville J-T Reporter

Sometimes it takes a fresh set of eyes to find a solution.

With the help of Ohio State graduate students, Plain City officials are one step closer to making the village safer and easier to travel through, whether that’s by walking, biking or driving.

Council unanimously approved a multimodal transportation plan prepared by graduate students in Ohio State’s City and Regional Planning program. Council member Tyler Harriman was absent.

Village Administrator Haley Lupton said the input from the students made tangible change even before the transportation plan was approved.

She explained that one of the students…

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