A public design workshop Thursday at First United Methodist Church in Bryan offered some early glimpses of potential plans to improve the William J. Bryan Parkway corridor. Residents have reported numerous concerns with the corridor -- the speed of traffic, intersections without signals and lack of lighting and crosswalks are just a few of the top issues people have with the busy Bryan roadway. And making improvements to the corridor, which stretches from Texas Avenue to Texas 6, could be a tall order given its four distinct segments. Bike lanes, shared-use paths, raised medians, vegetative buffers, roundabouts and crosswalks are among the potential solutions to improve safety and mobility. People who attended Thursday's workshop, hosted by the city of Bryan in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation and the Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization, were able to view the preliminary design concepts.