Sidewalk changes being made to address pedestrian/bike safety

Work will begin this month to remove sidewalks, install speed tables at crosswalks and provide safer options for pedestrians to cross “the brain” roadway between the Academic Complex and Hinman College. The work is the first phase in a project to address pedestrian and bike safety along the south side of campus.
Photo by Jonathan Cohen

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