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Reminder: North Hwy 13 Corridor Study Public Meeting, Tuesday, March 8th, 4:30-6:30pm at the Library Station with Virtual Meeting Option

March 8 2022 | 0 Comments

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Reminder: Today marks the beginning of the North Hwy 13 Corridor Study’s second round of community meetings

Today marks the beginning of the North Hwy 13 Corridor Study’s second round of community meetings. As the project team works to identify long-lasting solutions for the Hwy 13 corridor, the community input collected through Monday, March 21, will play an important role in identifying and refining feasible design alternatives. All meeting participants, in-person and virtual, are invited to complete our Design Alternatives Survey. This survey will provide opportunities to comment on the design alternatives and to submit sketches or photos outlining other design possibilities.

Tonight, the public is invited to the Library Center’s Frisco Room from 4:30-6:30pm to learn more about the five design alternatives developed for the Hwy 13 and I-44 interchange and the two design alternatives for Farm Road 94. Members of the project team will be available for questions and comments during this open house meeting. No formal presentation will be made.

The public is also invited to attend our virtual meeting available at through Monday, March 21. A full, prerecorded presentation, along with shorter presentation clips, are available on the meeting site. Community members can also view maps and renderings of the seven design alternatives.

For more information on the North Hwy 13 Corridor Study, please visit or reach out to Andy Thomason at 417-865-3047 x107 or


North Hwy 13 Corridor Study Public Meeting: Reviewing Design Options




Tuesday, March 8


Tuesday, March 8 – Monday, March 21


Frisco Room, Library Station
2535 N Kansas Expy, Springfield, MO


Design alternatives have been developed for the North Hwy 13 Corridor, and these meetings are the community's opportunity to weigh in on which designs would best serve drivers, businesses, and residents along Hwy 13.

Ozarks Transportation Organization is your Springfield-regional Metropolitan Planning Organization, or MPO. The MPO is a body of elected and appointed members who work together with local, state and federal elected officials and policy-makers, serving to make funding and planning decisions for transportation within the Springfield, MO region.

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