Round Rock is about to get some federal help for a downtown revitalization project that the city hopes will make the area more pedestrian-friendly and alleviate traffic congestion. It’s part of a larger effort to expand downtown and make it a destination.
The city was recently awarded $400,000 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help pay for a $5.5 million street project that will realign Main Street and turn part of Round Rock Avenue into a pedestrian plaza.
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