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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Albany and Lee County citizens got another chance to have their say on proposed bicycle and pedestrian paths.

On Thursday the Dougherty Area Regional transportation study collected input from people about where they would like to see bike and pedestrian friendly options.

Their opinions will be used to help decide how local governments may spend millions of dollars from the state Department of Transportation.

"Part of what this plan is doing is priorities which projects will be funded or implemented first that would take into consideration public input and what the public says is the highest priority for safety and transportation," said John Cock, Alta Planning & Design.

Another meeting is planned for September.

Click here to link to the regional transportation study.

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