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13th street is a minor road that has gotten more attention recently when the city of Bloomington announced plans to make 13th street and 10th street major east/west streets through the city in much the same function as College Avenue and Walnut Street for north/south traffic. 13th street and 10th street will become one-way streets.
Currently, 13th street is divided into 3 sections. Starting from west to east, the first section is about 750 feet long and goes from Illinois Street to Summit Street. The second section runs about 1000 feet from Maple Street up to but not intersecting with the Rogers Street-Madison Street Bridge. The third section starts out after the curve from Dunn Street and goes about 2600 feet where it ends at Fee Lane