City Of Gainesville Increases Mobility, Decreases Eyesore
It's a 1.3 million dollar project that helps increase mobility around Depot Avenue in Gainesville, and makes the city an even greater place to live.
The roadway has made major strides on becoming another major road to help you get around Gainesville.
The newly redesigned roadway will take travelers down brick laden roads, lined with lush landscaping and specialized lighting.
The idea is to combine the efforts of the community redevelopment agency and Gainesville's public works to create something functional and ascetically pleasing that fits with the work that's being done to clean up Depot Park.
The city hopes that by getting people to travel through downtown, it can help revitalize the area's economy.
The portion of Depot Avenue from Williston road to 4th Street is completed.
Construction on 4th Street SE to 13th Street SW will be contracted out and still needs to be completed.
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