Residents Express Concerns about Highway 6 Safety

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

College Station - Residents voiced their concerns at a meeting tonight about the safety of Highway 6.

The Bryan-College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization held its first public meeting Thursday as part of its study on the State Highway 6 corridor.

Its purpose was to collect information from citizens about concerns and problems they encounter as they drive along the South Highway 6 bypass.

Common complaints were that the speeds in the area were too high. Organizers say results will come later in the year.

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