When will the sidewalk be built between Point A and Point B?
Sidewalks are generally installed when development occurs along a roadway; each developer is responsible for building the stretch of sidewalk along the front of their property. As result, there will often be gaps in the sidewalk in the more sparsely developed parts of the city.

The Engineering Department has a program that prioritizes missing pieces of sidewalk in the developed areas of the city each year and builds them according to their priority and according to the funds available. In recent years, most of these funds have been prioritized and expended on building missing sections of sidewalks that would serve students walking to new public schools as they open.

The Parks & Recreation Department has a program that builds certain sections of its hike & bike plan each year, which sometimes adds sidewalk to some of the longer stretches of undeveloped roadway.

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1. Can an intersection be changed to allow 2 lanes to turn right?
2. How should bicyclists ride on the road?
3. Why are some roads marked as bike routes?
4. When will you raise (or lower) the speed limit? How are speed limits determined?
5. Can golf carts legally be driven on city streets?
6. When will the sidewalk be built between Point A and Point B?