People going to P.F. Chang’s downtown these days must really be hankering for some Chinese food.
The restaurant at East Second Street and San Jacinto Boulevard is obscured from two directions by concrete construction barriers, part of the city of Austin’s accelerating “great streets” program. On first glance, at least during the day, it’s not clear that the restaurant is open.
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Ben Wear has covered Austin-area transportation since 2003. He has consistently spotlighted concerns about budgets and spending by Capital Metro, the city of Austin and the state Department of Transportation.