Some citizens have expressed concern over reports that the project would add bike lanes and landscaping on the Ave between Fifth and Miller Streets, and restrict vehicular traffic to one lane in each direction. But Engineer Gary Owen says the project doesn't go beyond fixing underground utilities and repaving that stretch of the roadway. On Thursday's It's Your Turn program, Owen said the question of lane configuration for that stretch of the Avenue came about as a result of plans for adjacent portions of the Avenue. Owen says if traffic between Fifth and Miller were reduced to one lane in each direction, it would result in only minor congestion at certain times of the day. Owen stresses that no decision has been made as to configuring the lanes. The 927-thousand dollar project would be paid for mostly by federal grants.