Local residents could soon see traffic changes in the Valley.
Terre Haute City Council voted to revert a downtown street from a one-way to a two-way.
Thursday night, city council members passed a proposal to turn Fourth St. from Poplar to Cherry into a two-way.
Council members say city engineers' research reveals that the conversion should improve connectivity in the downtown area, as well parking and safety.
Engineers estimate a cost of about $200-250,000.
City council member Todd Nation says since it's an economic development project, funding should not be a problem.
"We can use economic development income tax for this economic development project. The mayor told us a few months ago, that we have more than $4 million a year in EDIT money that comes to Terre Haute. So, we're not talking about this year's EDIT tax that's all been planned out, we're talking about next year that hasn't been budgeted yet," said councilman Todd Nation.
The project will go into effect on August 15th in 2014.
Also in Thursday's meeting, the council voted to increase ambulance fees by about five percent.