The city of Huntsville is putting together a plan that promotes better public transportation, highway expansion, and extensive biking plans throughout the city.
The adidtion of new intersections and lanes to streets throughout the city will be used to support a rapidly growing metro population.
The 7.8 million dollar project is set to be completed by the fall of 2019 and will give drivers access to Black Bottom road from Research Park boulevard.
The downtown project "Complete Streets" and several new bike trails are also part of the plan. Another highlight of the plan is a bus that would run from Alabama A&M University to Bridge Street Town Center.
A printed copy of the full plan can be found at Huntsville City Hall or at the Madison Co. public library. Cititzens have until May 29th to voice their opinion on the plan.
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