The conversion of Tyler and Polk to two-way streets is moving ahead.
The plan calls for making Tyler a two-way street with two lanes on each side, plus on-street parking. Polk would have one lane each way plus bike lanes on both sides of the streets.
Proponents of the plan say the change will slow traffic and that two-way streets will help retail businesses on Tyler at Davis. But it likely will reduce some of the on-street parking.
See the plan and give your input during an open house and presentation at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 21, at Tyler Street United Methodist Church’s Anderson Hall.