A recently-completed sidewalk project using porous materials that help drain water stands on Wildwood Drive in South Hill near the Ferrucci Junior High School campus. Several more future projects are planned around the city to improve the safety of pedestrian traffic along the city’s roadways.
A recently-completed sidewalk project using porous materials that help drain water stands on Wildwood Drive in South Hill near the Ferrucci Junior High School campus. Several more future projects are planned around the city to improve the safety of pedestrian traffic along the city’s roadways. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com
A recently-completed sidewalk project using porous materials that help drain water stands on Wildwood Drive in South Hill near the Ferrucci Junior High School campus. Several more future projects are planned around the city to improve the safety of pedestrian traffic along the city’s roadways. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com

Council increases sidewalk funding, providing better connections for pedestrians

March 16, 2016 12:51 PM

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