The ideas were shared earlier this month during a public design workshop for the city project, which seeks to make a safe, walkable corridor out of the historic center of the capital city. A final public workshop is tentatively planned for October. A $250,000 grant will cover the cost of the preliminary design work, but the city must apply for other funds to make the project, called Re-Imagining Main Street, a reality. Project manager Sandra Fry, the city’s bicycle and pedestrian coordinator, has said it would take another $1.5 million to redesign the road. There have been 62 bicycle and pedestrian crashes and 338 vehicle crashes on this 4,000 foot stretch of Main Street in the past three years, two of them fatal, the city said when the project kicked off in March.