A federal grant that the city is poised to apply for could add miles of bike paths to the downtown area and convert four one-way streets downtown to two-way streets.
Under the proposed grant application, the city would pay $10.5 million to leverage $24.5 million in federal money that is part of the TIGER II program. (TIGER stands for Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.) Wichita City Council members will vote to submit the application Tuesday morning.
Here’s a look at the projects it would fund and estimated costs.