Key pedestrian crosswalks throughout downtown Dayton have recently undergone or will see changes as part of a project funded and managed by the Ohio Department of Transportation. The ODOT Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project includes more than $600,000 in funding to upgrade pedestrian facilities at 44 different sites across the city of Dayton, including crosswalks on Second, Ludlow, Third, and Fourth streets in the core of the city. Improvements include pedestrian refuge islands and curb extensions, upgrading signing and pavement markings, replacing curb ramps, and upgrading pedestrian signals. The photo included here shows workers creating a curb extension at the corner of Second and Ludlow streets.
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