As the weather gets warmer, construction projects are gaining steam across the city of Manhattan this month.

Currently on Fremont Street, a new bus stop is under construction near City Park. The project is expected to cost $2.8 million.

Manhattan city manager Ron Fehr says the project is very significant and that a new additional waterline was recently installed.

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Construction is also ongoing at the intersection of Juliette Avenue and the 600 block of Poyntz Avenue. The block was reopened for traffic earlier this month as a two-way stop and will remain until July.

The goal of the project is to construct a new traffic signal along with new decorative crosswalks and sidewalks. Fehr says that the road work is completed.

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The project is expected to cost about $1 million.