The city continues to retrofit the the Toole/Congress/Broadway/4th Avenue intersection to make the multimillion dollar underpass friendly to bicycles and pedestrians.
Crews have been adding pavement markings, sharrows and bike boxes to the intersection.
Tom Thivener, the city’s bicycle and pedestrian program manager, said they are about 80 percent done with the pavement markings. The rain has slowed the completion.
So far the city has added a bike box at 4th Avenue and Congress Street, a green shoulder along Broadway Boulevard approaching 4th Avenue from the west, sharrows on Broadway Boulevard, Congress Street and Toole Avenue and green paint illustrating where cyclists should cross the streetcar tracks.
Lastly, the city has added small markings directing cyclists behind the parking garage, which is called the Jim Glock Bypass, to honor the outgoing Tucson transportation director.
The city has also instituted a few changes suggested in the Road Safety Audit report, which was performed earlier this year.
Check out the photos and video to see what the intersection looks like.