Pinellas County wants to hear from Lealman residents on transportation options

- Pinellas County is giving residents a change to weigh in on transportation improvements in the Lealman area. 

Without having to attend meetings, residents can fill out a survey to rank their top transportation priorities for the area. Officials say the goal is to develop a plan that can be implemented through the Pinellas County Capital Improvements Program. 

A range of improvements are being considered, including sidewalks, bicycle lanes, medians, crosswalks, signals, and more.
For the survey, click over this website: https://www.peakdemocracy.com/portals/255/Issue_6031/survey_responses/new.

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