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City hopes sidewalks, bridge will improve pedestrian safety

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By Johnathan Ryan

A project to improve the safety of people walking along two busy streets in the city of Lancaster is under way.

Sidewalks are being installed along parts of Roddey Drive and Woodland Drive, which are main corridors into Lancaster High School and its surrounding athletic facilities.

The sidewalks should be complete by the start of the school year, said Teresa Meeks, city support services director for the city of Lancaster.

A bridgeway, the project's primary component, will also be built over Gill's Creek on Roddey Drive for pedestrian use.


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