Savannah seeks input on Pickwick and Florence traffic

May 18– The city of Savannah is seeking public input for a traffic study on Pickwick Street and Florence Road.

The city has retained engineering and planning firm Neel-Schaffer Inc. to help examine vehicle, pedestrian, bicyclist and freight needs on these two roads and then make suggestions as to which areas need improvement, including how to better use undeveloped property and upgrade access to existing developed property.

“Pickwick Street and Florence Road are important links in the area’s roadway network,” said city Mayor Bob Shutt. “This study will look at ways to address existing problem areas and to ensure that future growth along the corridors can be sustained without negatively impacting the traveling public.”


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