Naperville's next 5th Avenue decision: How to improve commuter parking

  • How to address commuter parking near the Naperville Metra station is one of the next decisions the city needs to make as it works to redevelop 13 acres along 5th Avenue.

    How to address commuter parking near the Naperville Metra station is one of the next decisions the city needs to make as it works to redevelop 13 acres along 5th Avenue. Daily Herald file photo, 2017

  • If Naperville demolishes a former public works building near this water tower, officials could pave the site into roughly 250 daily-fee parking spaces to help meet commuter demand near the Metra station.

    If Naperville demolishes a former public works building near this water tower, officials could pave the site into roughly 250 daily-fee parking spaces to help meet commuter demand near the Metra station. Daily Herald file photo, 2017

 
 
Posted6/3/2019 5:30 AM

Naperville appears ready to move forward with plans to redevelop its 5th Avenue corridor after officials addressed two sticking points that have stalled progress since last fall. The city council is set to discuss the parking and access plan -- as well as a proposal to reshape the steering committee -- during its meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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