Pedestrians and cyclists will soon have a safer option for crossing North College Avenue.
The new phase includes improvements along the west side of College. Work on the east side of the road was completed in January.
Tree species to be planted this week include Black Gum, Sugar Maple, Northern Red Oak, Yellowwood, Littleleaf Linden, Frontier Elm, and Spring Snow Crabapple (a fruitless cultivar).
The final phase of this year’s College Avenue Improvement Project work is set to begin this week.
City officials are evaluating the possibility of installing a pedestrian crossing on North College Avenue near East Rebecca Street and Trenton Boulevard.
The final phase of this year’s sidewalk work on the College Avenue Improvement Project is set to begin this week.
City crews are set to begin the fourth segment of the College Avenue Improvement Project on Monday.
The nine-month project includes a full redesign of the half-mile stretch of College Avenue between Maple and North streets.
Similar to improvements made south of Maple Street, the work will include building new, 10-foot sidewalks with lighting and street trees, replacement of the curbs and gutters, and burial of many existing overhead power lines.
The latest phase of the College Avenue Improvement Project is set to begin in Fayetteville.
City officials yesterday unveiled their ideas for redesigning a half-mile stretch of College Avenue between Maple and North streets.