Village’s Safe Routes to School project to be done before school starts

Marie Havenga • Jul 21, 2015 at 11:05 AM

“After the asphalt is laid and fairly fresh, there’s a grid pattern that’s placed on the asphalt and a tinting process that’s done,” he said. “After that, the project will be completed.”

Cotton said the crosswalk paving needs 24 hours to dry.

A $223,000 Safe Routes to School federal grant paid for traffic calming devices at Prospect and Williams streets; and new sidewalks and flashing signs on Savidge Street, east and west of Maple Terrace.

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