Calif. city council OKs changing one-way street to 2-way

The Palm Springs, Calif., City Council has agreed to turn a downtown street into a two-way road and to study the conversion of another one-way street. The study will cost $35,000 and will evaluate traffic flow, signals, bike lanes and angled parking on the street, which has been one way since 1966. "I think it's a lot more friendly for pedestrians and people coming to shop in our stores to have two-way traffic," Councilwoman Ginny Foat said.

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