Fort St. John Council Endorses Phase One of Downtown Revitalization

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Among those suggestions, would be to reduce traffic lanes from four lanes to three, which would include a left turn lane.

Parking spaces would remain, but this would increase the sidewalk and boulevard space.

In doing so, Urban Systems says this would enhance vehicular and pedestrian access to the downtown.

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Mayor, Lori Ackerman emphasised that these are only options, not necessarily the direction council is going.

Phase two will focus on community, consultations and engagement. 

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