A view Monday, May 17, looking down West Short Street from near North Limestone in downtown Lexington. Over the weekend, West Short Street was milled, repaved and striped to return it to the way it was before an August pilot project made the street between Broadway and Limestone more pedestrian-friendly. Parallel parking has returned on both sides of the street to replace the angled parking.
A view Monday, May 17, looking down West Short Street from near North Limestone in downtown Lexington. Over the weekend, West Short Street was milled, repaved and striped to return it to the way it was before an August pilot project made the street between Broadway and Limestone more pedestrian-friendly. Parallel parking has returned on both sides of the street to replace the angled parking. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
A view Monday, May 17, looking down West Short Street from near North Limestone in downtown Lexington. Over the weekend, West Short Street was milled, repaved and striped to return it to the way it was before an August pilot project made the street between Broadway and Limestone more pedestrian-friendly. Parallel parking has returned on both sides of the street to replace the angled parking. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Old parking, traffic patterns returned to Lexington’s Short Street

May 16, 2016 05:07 PM

UPDATED May 17, 2016 06:03 AM

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