Study Recommends Solutions To City Street’s ‘Skewed’ Intersections, Layout
A recently completed study found that Chicago Avenue has a host of problems, including “insufficient” infrastructure to meet the needs of cyclists and pedestrians. The study laid out several proposed improvements that, if implemented, would cost $8 million and take several years to complete. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
A recently completed study found that several businesses along Chicago Avenue, especially Red Front Supermarket (above), had “excessive, poorly defined or unusually wide” entrances.
The city hired McCormick Taylor Inc. of…
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