Should Tyler Street be two ways? Have a say

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photo by Danny Fulgencio

Design work has begun on a plan to turn Tyler and Polk into two-way streets.

The project, which could cost as much as $2.6 million to complete, could slow traffic on Tyler and Polk, and it is hoped, will provide safer streets and better access to shops and businesses on those streets.

Neighbor Jonathon Braddick of the Kings Highway Neighborhood Association wants to help neighbors stay informed and have a say in the plan, so he created a Facebook page for news and updates. Follow it and contribute to the discussion here.

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