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Chattamatters: Redesigning For Safety On Frazier Avenue

Frazier Avenue in Chattanooga’s Northshore.
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Frazier Avenue in Chattanooga’s Northshore.

For the past few weeks, Chattanooga residents have been giving their feedback online in a public survey by the City of Chattanooga on two options to redesign Frazier Avenue for pedestrian safety.

Ahead of Friday’s deadline for people to participate in the survey, here’s William Newlin of Chattamatters.


Click here to take the survey.

Chattamatters is a program of The Enterprise Center. For more stories, visit chattamatters.com and Chattamatters on social media.

Ray is the host and producer of Scenic Roots, Mondays - Thursdays at 3 PM on WUTC.
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