Bryan hosting public input meeting for 29th Street shared path project

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BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - The City of Bryan hopes to hear from you about some big improvements they have planned for 29th Street.

The city plans to build a 12 foot wide, concrete multi-use path from Carter Creek Parkway, south past KBTX to Autumn Circle in College Station. The new pathway will be for bicyclers and pedestrians and will include an additional bridge over Burton Creek.

The public is invited to see some of the plans Tuesday.

"If they have any minor suggestions for alignment for any aesthetic treatments things like that," said Matthew Dawson-Mathur, Bryan Civil Engineer.

City officials say the project could start as early as next year but no firm timeline has been set.

The meeting is Tuesday night from 5:30 to 6:30 at the Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living located at 1869 Briarcrest Drive in Bryan.