New project aims to make Kingston’s Henry Street more walkable

Henry Street, which extends from Broadway to Wall Street, is slated to get a facelift.

The existing sidewalks, a patchwork of asphalt, concrete and historic bluestone, will be replaced on both sides of the street with new six-foot-wide concrete ones. Details of the revised plan were presented at a public meeting on December 16 by city grants manager Kristen Wilson and Amanda Joy of the design consultant firm GPI.

Besides new sidewalks, the project includes repaving of the street—currently in rough condition—and new road markings and signs for bicyclists; new ADA-compliant curb ramps at each . . .

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