For years, Sinclair leaders has been working on ways to ease the flow of traffic near the school’s downtown Dayton campus, Sinclair spokeswoman Deena John told this news organization in June.
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Sinclair has been working with local and national experts to redesign portions of campus as part of a larger master plan. The redesign would aim to make Sinclair’s campus safer and easier to navigate, John said.
In 2013, a consultant for the community college proposed closing a section of Fourth Street because Perry and Fifth Streets could be made two-way roads.
Safety discussions re-emerged as an issue in June when a fatal crash occurred near the school. Opal Clouse, 87, of Kettering, died after her silver Honda was hit near the intersection of South Perry and West Fifth streets
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