Fort Wayne to spend $55 million on infrastructure

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  The city plans to spend $55 million this year on infrastructure. Leaders say $20 million will go toward transportation projects that would include streets, sidewalks, ramps, and trails. City Utilities plans to spend the remaining $35 million on improving sewer and water infrastructure in neighborhoods.

Full list | See the locations for all the planned 2015 projects 

“Careful planning leads to major improvements for neighborhoods that will strengthen our community for generations to come,” said Mayor Henry. “We continue to make significant investments in our neighborhoods. By working together, our neighborhoods are strong and vibrant. We’re making an impact and building on our momentum.”

Map | See a map of the planned projects

The city highlighted the following improvements it plans to make this year:

  • 12 miles of concrete street reconstruction
  • 53.5 miles of asphalt paving
  • 12 miles of chip and seal resurfacing
  • 8 miles of sidewalk
  • 5 miles of trail
  • 1820 ADA ramps
  • 30 miles of curb

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