WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The kind of four-way stop sign you can find at Lindberg and Klondike roads in West Lafayette may soon be a thing of the past.
Engineers are looking into how feasible a roundabout would be at that location.
Tippecanoe County commissioners say they're all for a roundabout, as it would help ease traffic congestion.
According to county officials, they're also hoping to change Klondike from U.S. 52 to Lindberg into a four-lane road with sidewalks and trails.
If the decision is approved, construction would start sometime in 2016.
The total amount for both projects would cost nearly $9 million, with 80 percent covered by federal funds.
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