How much will it cost?

As part of the November 2018 bond referendum, voters approved $6.4 million in bonds to pay for converting the streets. This includes the cost of new traffic signals and mounting poles, building curb-extensions, milling and repaving, painting new lane markings and realigning Old Salem Road.

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1. Why are these streets being converted to two-way traffic?
2. Why are portions of First Street and Second streets still one-way?
3. Don't the one-way sections on First and Second streets defeat the purpose of the two-way conversion?
4. Why is the block of Second Street between Broad and Spring remaining one-way?
5. How do two-way streets calm traffic?
6. What happens to traffic patterns during the transition?
7. When will this happen?
8. How long will it take?
9. How much will it cost?