Public workshop held on Exit 9

More than 50 town officials, school officials and residents attended the second public workshop on the future of Exit 9 off Interstate 87.

Georges Jacquemart, a traffic engineer from BFJ Planning shared the designs for land use, which include mixed-use buildings and increased safety measures for bicyclists and pedestrians, before opening the floor to workshop attendees.

\I think there are ways to make it more attractive, said Jacquemart of the area.

The busy corridor is a connection point between the towns of Halfmoon and Clifton Park.

For more on this story, check back at spotlightnews.com or read the June 12 edition of the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Spotlight.


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