Modifications considered for Pharr-Peachtree project
by Margot Carvallo
01:25 PM, Thursday, March 26
Changes to improve traffic in the Pharr Road-Peachtree Road corridor project could in the future include bike lanes on areas where narrow lanes do not help vehicular flow and resurfacing and restriping for better configuration. At its monthly meet...

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