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See how Crenshaw Boulevard’s Great Streets reboot could look

High-visibility crosswalks and curb extensions are on their way The Great Streets program, which is working to add improvements to segments of 15 streets in each of the city’s council districts, has big plans for Crenshaw Boulevard. The Great Streets road improvements would affect Crenshaw Bouelvard from Florence Avenue down to 79th Street, an approximately half-mile long stretch of the road.
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