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LML: NICHOLAS OYLER CITY OF MEMPHIS

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NICHOLAS OYLER, BIKEWAY AND PEDESTRIAN PROGRAM MANAGER FOR THE CITY OF MEMPHIS' DIVISION OF ENGINEERING

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NICHOLAS OYLER, BIKEWAY AND PEDESTRIAN PROGRAM MANAGER FOR THE CITY OF MEMPHIS' DIVISION OF ENGINEERING
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6809317?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 01 Mar 2017 15:23:44 +0000 LML: NICHOLAS OYLER CITY OF MEMPHIS NICHOLAS OYLER, BIKEWAY AND PEDESTRIAN PROGRAM MANAGER FOR THE CITY OF MEMPHIS' DIVISION OF ENGINEERING http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6809317?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WATN >> local memphis live continues with your host, amy speropoulos. >>amy: the city of memphis has gotten a massive grant, and we are going to find out exactly what it is going to and how it will help you. joining us as a special guide with men this and has been on the job for six months, nicholas oyler bike and pedestrian way for a great guy. >> good morning. >>amy: very exciting, 2 million. >> 2.2 million, a little over. >>amy: what is it going to be used for? >> mostly for pedestrian safety projects be three like? >> on central avenue and the intersection at the university. they will be putting in new crosswalk and crossing signals and of course the fairgrounds so improving connectivity and making it safety:safer to get across. >>amy: i like it when you say improving connectivity. that is one of the many benefits folks will reap from this. >> is not about safety but economic element. we live in a city where many live and property who don't have access to a car. they have to ride a bike or take the bus to work. >>amy: this is going to tremendously help folks get around and get him placed a to be. what is the timeline? >> hopefully within one year we can have construction underway. the green line is going to be getting pedestrian crossing signals at every intersection. >>amy: that's nice! holy cow! >> hopefully that one can be underway in a year. others might take a little longer, 82 to three years. >>amy: i was going to ask you if the greenway was among it. i think i read where it was. as far as hikers go and paths like that, that will be a part of it. >> yes. i lot of the grant is going towards purchasing hundreds of racks to be put around the city. >>amy: very cool. i love it. where can people find more information. >>amy: memphis t in.gov.s we love things our city is doing to move forward. they give for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >>amy: this is how they get you used to do your job is put you on tv. you did great. they too, nick, for joining us. coming up with advice on how to mount




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