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Committee Eyes Street Projects

City To Set Plan For Remaining Bond Money

Posted: March 16, 2013 at 2:23 a.m.

Traffic flows along North College Avenue between Maple and North streets Friday, March 15, 2013, in Fayetteville. Aldermen will consider several new additions to the city's Transportation Improvement Bond Program later this month, including new sidewalks and street trees along this section of the roadway.
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Traffic flows along North College Avenue between Maple and North streets Friday, March 15, 2013, in Fayetteville. Aldermen will consider several new additions to the city's Transportation Improvement Bond Program later this month, including new sidewalks and street trees along this section of the roadway.

Aldermen are nearing a decision on how to reallocate money in the city's Transportation Improvement Bond Program.

New Bond Projects

Members of the City Council’s Street Committee voiced support last month for projects that could be added to Fayetteville’s Transportation Improvement Bond Program.

Street From To Total Cost Bond Program Cost

Old Wire Road Mission Boulevard Crossover Road $4 million $3.6 million

Zion Road Vantage Drive Crossover Road $4.7 million $4.5 million

Regional Park Access N/A N/A $1.4 million $1.4 million

College Avenue Maple Street North Street $2 million $2 million

Rupple Road Best Friend Lane Mount Comfort Road $3.7 million $680,000

Razorback Road Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Leroy Pond Drive $2.6 million $260,000

Huntsville Road Stonebridge Drive West Fork of the White River $4 million $800,000

Garland Avenue Shiloh Drive Howard Nickell Road $6 million $1.2 million

Total $28.4 million $14.4 million

Source: City Of Fayetteville

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