Midnight Vote on Plans for NW 16th Avenue and NW 23rd Avenue
Just before midnight Tuesday night, Alachua county commissioners finally agreed to move forward with resurfacing plans of NW 16th Ave and NW 23rd Ave.
Commissioners voted for a plan that will narrow inside lanes and allow room for bicycles on outside lanes. The plans will widen sidewalks to 10 feet where possible and cost effective.
For a full report including why bicyclists are split on whether they'd ride on the road, watch the video on the right side of the page.
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