These bonds were intended to be used to improve accessibility and pedestrian safety. Voters approved up to $2 million in bonds.
The $2 million was issued in 2015 during the first phase of improvements, along with Streetscape & Pedestrian Improvement bonds.
Crews added and repaired curbs, gutters, drains, bridges, overpasses, underpasses, and grade crossings. They also installed or updated lighting, traffic controls, signals and markers, landscaping, and other necessary accompaniments.
Lastly, the $2 million was used to renovate, construct, extend, and improve sidewalks, including by Lee County High School and Central Carolina Hospital.