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City moves forward with corridor plans

SEP 15, 2015


City leaders will present some early options to help improve South Saunders Street, which is considered the southern gateway into downtown.

Raleigh’s Urban Design Center, part of the city’s planning department, will present ideas at a meeting Sept. 22 at Wake Tech’s Public Safety Education Campus.

City staff will present different ways to address transit, connectivity and development along two and a half miles of South Saunders Street, between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and the town of Garner.

The corridor is heavily traveled but has not seen the growth and redevelopment of downtown Raleigh.


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