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The City of McPherson has a master plan for multi-use trails within the City limits, and the 10-foot sidewalk along Avenue A was a part of that plan.
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The City received a $385,000 Transportation Alternative (TA) grant to assist with the cost of the 10-foot sidewalk along Avenue A.
Yes, the City of McPherson received an additional $1.1 million grant. Design plans are underway for Phase II, which will continue the 10-foot sidewalk east along Avenue A. The sidewalk will turn south just before the creek and cross over to Bremyer Dog Park and then north along Centennial Drive to South Front Street.
The 10-foot sidewalk along Avenue A is a multi-use trail that runs from Wall Park to Thunderbird Street.
Yes, major reconstruction projects typically include sidewalks.