GREENWOOD, Ind. (WISH) - A group of Greenwood residents are coming together to try to make the city more walkable.
24-Hour News 8 news partner The Daily Journal reports members of Restore Old Town Greenwood walked around town recently and came up with a few suggestions to make the downtown area easier to walk about.
This is after merchants complained that they don't have enough foot traffic and complaints by pedestrians that it is dangerous to walk on sidewalks because cars whip around streets.
Suggestions include adding more crosswalks, repairing push-buttons that don't work, repaint crosswalks to make them more visible, and adding wheelchair ramps at crosswalks.
The study specifically is looking at Old Town with the intent to look at improvements to the entire city.
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