Narrowing George Washington Way to four lanes from five, adding pedestrian crossings and flanking it with street trees would improve the appearance of the city’s primary entrance and attract people and investment, a consultant suggests.
Narrowing George Washington Way to four lanes from five, adding pedestrian crossings and flanking it with street trees would improve the appearance of the city’s primary entrance and attract people and investment, a consultant suggests. File Tri-City Herald
Narrowing George Washington Way to four lanes from five, adding pedestrian crossings and flanking it with street trees would improve the appearance of the city’s primary entrance and attract people and investment, a consultant suggests. File Tri-City Herald

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