The city of Toledo will repave or rebuild more than 60 lane miles in 2013.
The Bell administration released the list, today, of major thoroughfares and residential streets slated for repair and reconstruction in 2013.
Major streets targeted in the roadway program include the delayed reconstruction of Secor Road between Central Avenue and Monroe Street as well as a one-mile stretch of Collingwood Boulevard in the Old West End.
Both projects had been put on the 2012 street repair list and will be paid with funds from this year's capital improvement budget and federal grants.
The total costs for the projects will be about $44.5 million, with nearly $21 million taken from the capital improvement fund.
Other large road projects that will be undertaken include resurfacing nearly 10 miles of Hill Avenue and repairing East Broadway in East Toledo between Woodville Road and 6th street.
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