Pine Street

Pedestrian safety was one of the reasons the city of Florence and University of North Alabama commissioned a study of the Pine Street corridor. [RUSS COREY/TIMESDAILY]

FLORENCE — Reducing a roughly 1 1/3-mile section of Pine Street to three lanes would not seriously impact traffic, but would increase safety and pedestrian travel through a portion of the University of North Alabama and downtown Florence.

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Johnny W. Riley

this study needs to be redone by impartial experts.

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