Midweek Reason: City Eyes "Context-Sensitive" Approach to Neighborhoods

Legislation that Jacksonville’s City Council is reviewing now would appropriate up to $5.5 million from a downtown tax district to rebuild part of Riverplace Boulevard on the Southbank to handle pedestrians and bicyclists better. The project would be an early example of the city’s work with “context-sensitive” street design.

Read more at: The Florida Times-Union Midweek Reason: City Eyes 'Context-Sensitive' Approach to Neighborhoods

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