Why this design?

Reducing a 4-lane road to 3 lanes is a common and affordable option for cities to balance multiple needs. It helps drivers maintain appropriate speeds, provides safer crossings for pedestrians, creates safer lanes for bicyclists, and creates larger and clearly marked shoulder/parking lanes for residents, delivery drivers, postal service workers, and other users.

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1. Why is the city looking at this now?
2. What are the biggest issues?
3. Why this design?
4. What will this mean for drivers?
5. What will this mean for pedestrians?
6. What will this mean for bicyclists?
7. What Does This Mean for Emergency Vehicles That Rely on Broadway?
9. What’s the project timeline?