LINCOLN–(KFOR June 28)–Planners have narrowed to four the number of plans they have in mind for the 33rd and Cornhusker Highway intersection.

At an open house Thursday night, the City of Lincoln, in partnership with the Railroad Transportation Safety District, revealed costs ranging from $75 to $110 million, and all handle traffic flow differently on Cornhusker from 27th to 48th streets.

At least one plan potentially impacts the future of our Alpha Media location here at 3800 Cornhusker.

The RTSD will come up with, what it feels is, the best plan for the intersection by the end of the year. Construction starts in 2026.