OKLAHOMA CITY - Traffic concerns about the $100 million Oklahoma City Boulevard Project drew more than 300 people to the Farmer's Market Monday night.

The owner of the Farmer's Market and several other property owners have been concerned the city plans to elevate parts of the new project. That three-mile stretch of roadway will replace the old Interstate 40 crosstown bridge.

Property owners say elevating the new roadway will cause the same kind of blight the old crosstown bridge did.

Oklahoma City Councilman Dr. Ed Shadid says public input will be the key to getting this project right.