For more than a dozen years, city and civic leaders in Tallahassee, Fla., envisioned Gaines Street as a beautiful gateway to the downtown, connecting two local universities and fulfilling a role as an urban destination full of pedestrians, shops and residential buildings. Instead, the roadway remained a congested, fast-moving thoroughfare, an eyesore that was, worst of all, unsafe. Today, because of recent changes, the Gaines Street Corridor is becoming one of the city’s signature ...

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