The City of San Luis Obispo hosted a ribbon-cutting celebration for recently completed downtown street improvements Thursday.
The event took place at 2 p.m. in the Downtown Center Plaza.
The downtown street improvements are part of the SLO in Motion project, a multimillion-dollar investment that aims to improve mobility, accessibility and safety for all modes of transportation in the city, according to city officials.
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The downtown portion of the project included new bike lanes, wider sidewalks, upgraded pedestrian crossings and more.
"We are excited to unveil these much-anticipated improvements and celebrate their completion with our community," said Jennifer Rice, the project manager. "SLO in Motion is a testament to our commitment to providing safe and accessible transportation options for all."
Click here to learn more about the SLO in Motion project.