Dialogue about the pavement markings and edge lines alongside Hall Avenue from State Highway 180 to Van Cleve Avenue have been a subject matter of discussion at the Tuesday night committee meeting of the Marinette Board of Public Will work. Although a bike lane was talked over earlier, in accordance to the Wisconsin Division of Transportation this is not feasible. For that reason, the city can put line striping in place to allow a area for bicyclists to experience if there is schero indication or bike indication in area. City Engineer Brian Miller says, “the anticipated edge line is to make motorist knowledgeable of how considerably around they want to be from the control and give bicyclist who journey down Hall Avenue a very little much more protection.”
While the city can not get started operate on the edge line till 2022 the committee does concur that the finest fit for the town is to enable for the line striping and schero indications. The committee will focus on and consider additional action at their December meeting.