Flint remakes street for better biking and walking

Better walkability and bikability is the wave of the future when it comes to how cities are planned and built, and Flint is making some moves to improve that.
 
Excerpt: When work on Harrison Street is finished later this year in downtown Flint, there will be less room for cars and trucks but more for bicyclists and pedestrians.
 
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation has helped ensure that, announcing this week that it has granted the city $203,800 to "support the transformation of Harrison Street ... into a complete street that supports multiple modes of transportation."
 
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Source: Mlive.com
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