Lebanon Holds Ribbon Cutting For Town's New Roundabout

Posted at 9:17 PM, Jul 21, 2015

LEBANON, Tenn. – The city of Lebanon held a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday to officially unveil the town square’s new look.

It’s been months in the making but the square had been turned into a roundabout.

Parking has been removed from the center of the square. The design was aimed at keeping pedestrians safe.

The project was a joint effort between the city and the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

There are new crosswalks and parking areas for downtown businesses as well.