GREENSBORO, N.C. — One city and $1.4 billion over the next decade — that’s the plan for Greensboro.
City leaders call it their Capital Improvements Plan.
The biggest portions of the $1.4 billion goes towards infrastructure and community services. $70 million is set for sidewalks, bridges and resurfacing.
Portions of Bryan Boulevard and Benjamin Parkway will also be widening to help with traffic.
Also, the urban loop has been a multi-million dollar investment and is expected to be done within the next 10 years.