City of Monroe
Field Surveys, Concept Development, Streetscape Design, Utility Coordination, Detailed Construction Drawings, GDOT Permitting, Bidding Services, Construction Administration Services
North and South Broad Street Streetscape
The North Broad Street LCI project included new or expanded sidewalks and new bicycle facilities for 0.58 miles along both sides of the North Broad Street (SR 11) from Marable Street to US 78. The pavement will be re-striped to allow for bicycle lanes and wider sidewalks. In addition, these improvements would install raised curbs, defined pedestrian crossings at intersections, a mid-block pedestrian crossing, shared lane and dedicated bicycle lane markings, street trees and landscaping, pedestrian scale lighting and other street furnishings, ADA-accessible curb ramps and storm sewer upgrades. The South Broad Street TE Project included approximately 2,000 feet (0.38 miles) of pedestrian streetscape improvements along both sides of Broad Street/SR 11 from the intersection of Alcovy Street to Mears Street. The improvements include new curb and gutter, sidewalks, handicap access ramps, pedestrian lighting, street trees, and drainage improvements.