HARKER HEIGHTS — The City Council evaluated a proposed thoroughfare plan Tuesday that will put into concept future roadways for navigating the city.

“Providing more ways to get somewhere is critical for city functions,” said Fred Morris, Height’s planning and development director.

The plan focuses on the current roadway infrastructure and possible future streets and major intersection to help improve access to other thoroughfares and city designations, Morris said.

Drafted into the proposed plans, which will go before the City Council for official approved in the near future, are major suggested changes to some roadways.

Turning the Stillhouse Lake Road end of Cedar Knob Road into a cul-de-sac and realigning the street to connect with the Tuscany Meadows’ entrance — Vineyard Trail — is one such change. Connecting Rosewood Drive to Chaparral Road is another.

Read more in tomorrow’s Killeen Daily Herald.

Contact Mason W. Canales at ​mcanales@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7474

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