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Comments Sought on Raleigh’s Oberlin Rd. Plan to Increase Walkability

oberlinrdbanneremail_originalThe City of Raleigh announced that the Oberlin Road Streetscape Study is now available for public comments on the draft final report. The study conducted by city staff outlines ways to improve the walkability of the area while enhancing the overall appearance of Oberlin Road and focuses on the sidewalk environment in the study area.

The plan strives to connect the surrounding community by extending streetscape improvements along Oberlin Road creating a continuous character for the area that provides a strong infrastructure for pedestrians.

Public comment period is from July 9-August 8. Comments can be emailed to the project manager, Jason Myers. Comments will be reviewed by city staff for consideration before the final draft document is submitted to City Council for adoption in September 2014.

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