Dozens of bus stops along Washington Boulevard will get upgrades as part of a broad plan to improve service along the corridor.

Plans call for about 90 stops to get renovations to make them compliant with the Americans With Disabilties Act, while many others will get new shelters, benches, trash cans or other improvements.

Eight stops will also be eliminated due to low ridership or proximity to other stops. The stops marked for closure include:

3rd Street N., westbound
N. Frederick Street, westbound and eastbound
N. Inglewood Street, westbound and eastbound
N. Kenilworth Street, westbound
N. Kentucky Street, eastbound
N. Nottingham Street, westbound
N. Stuart Street, westbound and eastbound
N. Utah Street, westbound and eastbound

Work on the bus stop improvements is expected to continue through the summer of 2019.

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