Labor Day traffic can be a challenge because of the crowds. However, the day after Labor Day could be a challenge in Lima.
Cones and barrels will be removed from Spring Street on September 4th. That's when the road officially opens for two way traffic. Lima city engineer Kirk Niemeyer says signs are in place and reminders are being made in hopes that people will remember the change.
City drivers have already dealt with Jameson Avenue changing from one way to two way traffic. However, Spring Street is much longer and includes several more intersections.
Work is still taking place on Elm Street. That transition is expected to happen in the third week of September.