Purdue president, WL mayor discuss State Street project at Road School
March 11, 2015
(From left) Michael B. Cline, Purdue vice president for physical facilities; David Buck, West Lafayette public works director; West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis; and President Mitch Daniels at the State Street corridor presentation.
President Mitch Daniels and West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis introduced a presentation on the joint university-city State Street project on Wednesday (March 11) in Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall. Their presentation was part of Purdue’s annual Road School.
The project is designed to enhance the State Street corridor from the Wabash River through campus to U.S. 231. David Buck, West Lafayette public works director, gave details of the proposed project. Michael B. Cline, Purdue vice president for physical facilities, moderated.
The 2015 Road School, designed for Indiana local and state transportation officials, runs Tuesday through Thursday (March 10-12). More than 2,300 transportation officials from throughout Indiana will participate in the event, which is sponsored by the Joint Transportation Research Program and the Indiana Local Technical Assistance Program, both housed at Purdue.