Diners sat in what used to be part of the road on West Short Street, where a pedestrian-friendly pilot project, targeted for the upcoming Breeders' Cup, was unveiled during a ribbon-cutting ceremony last month. The face lift includes benches, planters, wider walking areas and some angled parking spaces.
Diners sat in what used to be part of the road on West Short Street, where a pedestrian-friendly pilot project, targeted for the upcoming Breeders' Cup, was unveiled during a ribbon-cutting ceremony last month. The face lift includes benches, planters, wider walking areas and some angled parking spaces. Herald-Leader
Diners sat in what used to be part of the road on West Short Street, where a pedestrian-friendly pilot project, targeted for the upcoming Breeders' Cup, was unveiled during a ribbon-cutting ceremony last month. The face lift includes benches, planters, wider walking areas and some angled parking spaces. Herald-Leader

City unveils Short Street changes intended to attract, keep pedestrians downtown

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