It’s a traffic issue many people in Bend are familiar with. When it rains hard, the Third Street underpass often floods, and it can cause problems. So the City has come up with a plan to deal with it, but it' not sitting well with everyone. The project is supposed to begin next summer, a crucial time of year for area businesses. While last night's City Hall community meeting was supposed to be about the underpass water system, it quickly became about how construction was going to affect business. A lot of traffic flows that an estimated 20,000 cars or more. The underpass would be out of commission for up to six weeks, between July 4th and when schools start.