KILLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Officials in Killington, Vt., are planning to make over the entrance to the ski resort town along Routes 4 and 100.
They feel there's currently no sense of arrival for visitors approaching the town.
Project goals include adding lamp posts, trees and flags on the side of landscaped roads; and adding pedestrian sidewalks and crosswalks to improve safety.
Last year, the town received a transportation grant to fund a study of the project.
Vermont Public Radio reports the initial cost estimate is just over $2 million, 75 percent of which could potentially come from state and federal sources.
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