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May 16, 2024

Tacoma open house on corridor design

TACOMA — The Tacoma Public Works Department has plans to improve the Puyallup Avenue Corridor, and wants community input on proposed designs.

The estimated $41.5 million project aims to enhance safety and access along Puyallup Avenue, from South C Street to the city of Fife border. Work, which could start as soon as 2027, would include sidewalks and curb ramps, enhanced crossings, bulb-outs to improve pedestrian safety and visibility, crosswalks, signals, lighting, landscaping, bus stops, upgraded utilities, and protected bike lanes.

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