Senior planner for AECOM, Cameron Gloss, presented a massive series of prospective changes Monday along the Fifth Street Corridor as part of a multi-agency plan.
After working with a steering committee made up of representatives from the county, city, Wyoming Department of Transportation and the Federal Highways Administration, Gloss and his firm asked residents and stakeholders what they want to see along the corridor.
More than 80-percent of respondents said they wanted to see landscaping and street improvements as a priority. Celebrating the Bozeman Trail's heritage and its connection to the area was an important point as well.
Another prospective change in the plan is creating an attractive gateway from the interchange off of Interstate 90. Gloss said the plan calls for creating a nature trail and sculpture garden near the interchange to create a new entry experience for visitors and residents alike.
Gloss said at this time there is no estimated cost on the project, due to the complexity of the plan and the multiple agencies and private landowners involved.