The Inner Loop East Transformation Project is converting a sunken section of expressway to the east of Downtown to an at-grade "complete street," that will include bicycle and walking paths. The construction phase of the project started in November 2014 and is expected to be complete by December 2017.
In order to encourage sustainable economic growth and create a more livable Downtown, Rochester is in the process of reconstructing a 2/3 mile stretch of the eastern segment of the Inner Loop between Monroe Avenue and Charlotte Street into a high quality complete city street.
The new at-grade street will enhance the area's livability, allowing people to easily walk and bicycle between neighborhoods and Downtown.
Please visit the City of Rochester's Inner Loop East page for more information!