The proposed Improvement consisted of a "new roadway diet" utilizing a Complete Street Design Concept for the entire corridor. The Project also consisted of the total removal of the existing concrete pavement and replacing it with a typical section of two 11-ft travel lanes with 16-ft median which consisted of six-ft. wide raised median and a five-ft. wide additional flush pavement on each side to allow for emergency vehicles to pass. Also included were the modernizing of the traffic signals with adding a pedestrian signal and push buttons, signal timing adjustments, including coordination with railroad signal timing, providing a dedicated left turn lane at the west approach of Rose Avenue, and incorporating railroad quiet zone design. Other improvements included construction of curb and gutter, enclosed storm sewer to improve the drainage system, decorative street lighting, Watermain installation, and 8-ft sidewalk on both side of Landin Road. There was extensive utility and railroad coordination to meet scheduled letting date.