South Saunders Street and South Wilmington Street form the southern gateway to Raleigh, an entry point into downtown that is known for its iconic skyline view. The city is embarking on a corridor study that will provide recommendations for transportation improvements for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. These improvements will take into consideration the changing landscape, which includes new mixed-use development and apartment living. These roads are also major transportation corridors that connect the community to Downtown and I-40. Help the City craft a vision for how the corridor should evolve in the coming years.