City Officials Eyeing Traffic Patterns at Keystone Crossing
(photo courtesy Keystone at the Crossing)
The City of Indianapolis is looking at ways to ease traffic congestion around Keystone at the Crossing.
This comes as the developer of Ironworks at Keystone says Ruth's Chris Steak House will anchor the $30 million mixed-use development. Hendricks Commercial Properties says the 16,500 square foot restaurant will occupy part of two levels and seat more than 470 patrons.
The new development will add a significant amount of traffic in the Keystone and 86th Street corridor which is already known for traffic back ups. DPW Spokesperson Stephanie Sample says they're looking at ways to speed up traffic the traffic flow. Sample says that involves decreasing the amount of time motorists spend sitting at red lights.
Hendricks broke ground on Ironworks last month. The project will include 120 high-end apartments and is set for completion in May 2014.