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.
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“We are actively working with the City of Dayton and looking at adding more green space, improving general traffic flow and lowering the speed limit. Sinclair has surveyed students many times over the year and has worked to incorporate their feedback to address overall concerns of safety and navigability.”
Tuesday’s crash occurred when Clouse was heading south on Perry Street when a sport utility vehicle traveling west in the wrong direction on Fifth Street collided with her vehicle, police said. The wrong-way driver, 67-year-old Englewood resident Adrian Traylor, did not sustain serious injuries.
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