The Permian Basin Metropolitan Planning Organization (PBMPO) has just approved a resolution to convert the two way frontage roads to one way.

According to NewsWest 9, now that the 15 month I-20 corridor study has been completed, the PBMPO met Monday to discuss, in part, a resolution to convert the current two-way frontage roads to one-way frontage roads.

The study concluded that the I-20 frontage roads were set up as two way roads back when Midland and Odessa were much smaller cities, and now with the growth over the past 50+ years, the board found that conversion would be a good move and they approved the resolution to begin the process of converting the frontage roads to one way.

The conversion will not be for a while though, master plans must be drawn up to show the board what the conversion will look like before the actual conversion begins.

If you want to know more about the corridor study and possible conversion, go to the Permian Basin Metropolitan Planning Organization's website.