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Old Posted Jun 18, 2018, 5:27 PM
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Originally Posted by htowntransplant View Post
I think the San Pedro corridor north of IH 35 is going to be extremely vital to the future of SA because it is targeted as a high capacity transit corridor. If SA is going to go the route of "Transit-Oriented Development," San Pedro would be a no-brainer because it's wide and links up with a park-and-ride facility at North Star Mall. If I was the city, I would be looking to pile on all the density it can handle.

Additionally, Fredericksburg just outside of downtown could use a massive economic boost. Lot's of potential there as well.
Fredericksburg, San Pedro, Blanco, Culebra, Commerce, McCullough, and Broadway are all corridors where density would work well adjacent to downtown.
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