existing roadway. Surrounded by low density residential
The Bridge Street project limits span from N. Lawrence Ave to University Ave, a distance of approx 2,500 ft. The majority of the roadwork will be between Cooper and Gray Ave however there will be re-striping and installing signal detector loops in those expanded areas. This portion of Bridge Street is currently configured to provide one travel lane each direction, a continuous left-turn lane, and curb, gutter and sidewalk. The improvements will provide two travel lanes each direction, a continuous left-turn lane/landscaped median, bike lanes, curb and gutter, sidewalk, and planter strips. The project would improve pedestrian and bicycle access within the project area and would improve the corridor consistent with the prior development along Bridge St on both sides (east and west) to provide a continous arterial transportation corridor.
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