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New bus stop expected to improve pedestrian safety

July 12, 2018 08:03 PM

A new bus stop in Albany is expected to improve pedestrian safety.

The new bus stop shelter is installed in front of the Albany Public Library on Washington Avenue.

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The previous stop was cramped and caused issues for buses, drivers and pedestrians.

A new signal and cross-walk is also intended to make it safer to cross the wide stretch between Lark and Dove.

The project cost more than $1 million.

It was paid for by state and federal money.

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Aidan Bean

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