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In 2025, Conway has an airport that is safe and meets the expectations and business needs of the community. In 2025, Conway has plans for future development of high traffic or high visibility corridors (Donaghey, Oak Street, Old Morrilton Hwy, Markham Street, etc).  These plans were developed with public input and address aesthetics and beautification. […]

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In 2025, Conway has a comprehensive system of cycling lanes and sidewalks that facilitate car free travel.  This system connects with traditional public transportation infrastructure. In 2025, cyclists and drivers are informed about bicycle safety and shared roadway principles. In 2025, the Conway Police Department enforces traffic laws aim at/for the bicycle. In 2025, Conway […]

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In 2025, roundabouts have replaced stoplights at intersections where space is sufficient. In 2025, Conway streets have a system of access management where curb cuts relate to desired speed limits. In 2025, Conway city government considers the aesthetics of any finished street and makes decisions that are “context sensitive.” Landscaping, street trees, sidewalks and bike […]

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In 2025, Conway has regular and reliable public transportation that has grown over time.  The system is a result of a MetroPlan transportation study. Is has reliable funding and is well used. It is integrated with other transit systems in the LR metro area. In 2025, local officials allocate land for the purpose of public […]

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In 2025, the citizens of Conway are able to cross the railroad tracks safely and efficiently throughout town. In 2025, Conway drivers have multiple routes for traveling east and west across the city. In 2025, highways 64 and 65 are connected by multiple routes, reducing unnecessary local traffic in Conway. In 2025, Conway’s stoplights are […]

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