Dots superimposed on a Fresno city map show where residents have identified needed improvements for sidewalks and other pedestrian facilities. The map is part of a proposed Active Transportation Plan that will be considered Thursday, Feb. 9, by the Fresno City Council.
Dots superimposed on a Fresno city map show where residents have identified needed improvements for sidewalks and other pedestrian facilities. The map is part of a proposed Active Transportation Plan that will be considered Thursday, Feb. 9, by the Fresno City Council. City of Fresno
Dots superimposed on a Fresno city map show where residents have identified needed improvements for sidewalks and other pedestrian facilities. The map is part of a proposed Active Transportation Plan that will be considered Thursday, Feb. 9, by the Fresno City Council. City of Fresno

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