Mayor picks elevated roundabout for Warlick intersection

Intended to move peak traffic more efficiently and safely, an elevated two-lane roundabout design has been selected to ease congestion at a southwest Lincoln hub that handles about 38,000 cars per day. Teamed with Felsburg, Holt & Ullevig, the RDG landscape architecture studio, art studio, and planning studio worked to provide the aesthetics for the roundabout, create bicycle and pedestrian connections, and incorporate sustainable elements through innovative storm water management and landscape. Of the three teams that took place in the design competition, the FHU/RDG team was officially selected last week by Lincoln Mayor Chris Beutler. Read the full Lincoln Journal Star article here.

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