Getting Around Dothan By Foot
Lots of people who work and do business downtown -- get where they're going by foot.
Some will say just crossing from a parking lot to -- say -- the courthouse can be a dangerous proposition at times.
Pedestrians face a multitude of problems while getting around Dothan.
According to Jansen Tidmore from the Dothan Downtown Redevelopment Authority, side walk development along North Oates hopes to increase accessibility of the city for those not in cars.
Additionally, a new Wayfinding program is underway which will change the way people walk and travel downtown.
It plans to add signage for things such as parking and attractions in an effort to make it easier to navigate the city.
The Wayfinding project is expected to take six to nine months.
Tidmore estimates that it should be completed by this time next year
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