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What do you think about the S. Seventh St/Scio Church Rd & S. Seventh St/Stadium Blvd intersections?

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1. Do you live near the discussion area (S. Seventh and Scio Church and/or S. Seventh and Stadium)?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 71.9% 223
No 28.1% 87

2. How do you use the S. Seventh Street corridor? Check all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
Walking 46.8% 145
Bicycling 41.6% 129
Riding the bus (‘TheRide’) 11.6% 36
Riding the bus (school bus) 0.3% 1
Driving 98.1% 304
Other 5.2% 16

3. How important is it to make road changes along S. Seventh Street that improve conditions for people biking and walking? Check the box that most closely represents your view.

Response Percent Response Count
Very important 45.6% 140
Somewhat important 33.9% 104
Not important 20.5% 63

4. How important is it to make road changes along S. Seventh Street that improve conditions for people driving? Check the box that most closely represents your view.

Response Percent Response Count
Very important 50.8% 157
Somewhat important 30.7% 95
Not important 18.4% 57

Do you support installation of Concept 1 at S. Seventh Street and Scio Church service drive?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 18.9% 57
No 62.1% 187
Undecided/No Opinion 18.9% 57

Do you support installation of Concept 2 at S. Seventh Street and Scio Church service drive?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 40.3% 121
No 41.0% 123
Undecided/No Opinion 18.7% 56

Do you support installation of Concept 3 at S. Seventh Street and Scio Church service drive?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 23.8% 71
No 58.7% 175
Undecided/No Opinion 17.4% 52

Do you support installation of Concept 4 at S. Seventh Street and Scio Church service drive?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 36.1% 109
No 45.4% 137
Undecided/No Opinion 18.5% 56

Do you support maintaining Concept A at S. Seventh Street and Stadium Boulevard?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 38.2% 113
No 50.7% 150
Undecided/No Opinion 11.1% 33

Do you support installation of Concept B at S. Seventh Street and Stadium Boulevard?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 54.7% 164
No 35.7% 107
Undecided/No Opinion 9.7% 29

Is there any additional feedback or comments that you would like to share related to the S. Seventh Street and Scio Church intersection?

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Is there any additional feedback or comments that you would like to share related to the S. Seventh Street and Stadium Boulevard intersection?

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March 18, 2019, 8:44 AM
  • 1. Do you live near the discussion area (S. Seventh and Scio Church and/or S. Seventh and Stadium)?
    • Yes
  • 2. How do you use the S. Seventh Street corridor? Check all that apply.
    • Walking
    • Bicycling
    • Driving
  • 3. How important is it to make road changes along S. Seventh Street that improve conditions for people biking and walking? Check the box that most closely represents your view.
    • Very important
  • 4. How important is it to make road changes along S. Seventh Street that improve conditions for people driving? Check the box that most closely represents your view.
    • Very important
  • Do you support installation of Concept 1 at S. Seventh Street and Scio Church service drive?
    • No
  • Do you support installation of Concept 2 at S. Seventh Street and Scio Church service drive?
    • No
  • Do you support installation of Concept 3 at S. Seventh Street and Scio Church service drive?
    • No
  • Do you support installation of Concept 4 at S. Seventh Street and Scio Church service drive?
    • Undecided/No Opinion
  • Do you support maintaining Concept A at S. Seventh Street and Stadium Boulevard?
    • No
  • Do you support installation of Concept B at S. Seventh Street and Stadium Boulevard?
    • Yes
  • Is there any additional feedback or comments that you would like to share related to the S. Seventh Street and Scio Church intersection?

    Current (new) set up has increased danger for everyone including the environment. Should be dedicated right hand turn lane southbound Seventh at Scio with pass through and advisory bike lane. Posts in road are dangerous for cyclists!

  • Is there any additional feedback or comments that you would like to share related to the S. Seventh Street and Stadium Boulevard intersection?

    New set up is trying to fix a problem that doesn't exist. New bike lane is dangerous not to mention increases bad feelings for drivers against cyclist. Restore old set up, add advisory bike lane markings. This will be safer for everyone.

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Review draft concepts below and provide feedback. NOTE: Draft concepts are subject to change pending additional engineering analysis, public input and other considerations.  The implementation timeframe for the selected improvement will depend on its complexity, cost, and required approvals.

S. SEVENTH STREET AND SCIO CHURCH SERVICE DRIVE

CONCEPT 1 

Description:

  • Curb extensions on S. Seventh Street south of Scio Church service drive
  • One vehicle lane in each direction

Considerations:

  • Reduces pedestrian crossing distance across S. Seventh Street, south of Scio Church service drive
  • Reduces pavement width to allow only one vehicle in each direction on S. Seventh Street
  • Adjusted size and shape of the curb extension on the southwest corner addresses lane alignment for southbound Seventh Street (Note: the existing curb edge is shown as a dashed line for reference).
  • Does not address complicated travel interaction among traffic at Scio Church, Scio Church service drive and S. Seventh Street intersection


CONCEPT 2 

Description:

  • Modified curb extensions on S. Seventh Street south of Scio Church service drive
  • Added dedicated left turn lane for northbound S. Seventh Street

Considerations:

  • Reduces pedestrian crossing distance across S. Seventh Street, south of Scio Church service drive
  • Added left turn lane for northbound S. Seventh Street increases intersection capacity for vehicles
  • Adjusted size and shape of the curb extension on the southwest corner addresses lane alignment for southbound Seventh Street 
  • Does not address complicated travel interaction among traffic at Scio Church, Scio Church service drive and S. Seventh Street intersection


CONCEPT 3

Description:

  • Modified curb extensions on S. Seventh Street south of Scio Church service drive
  • Added dedicated left turn lane for northbound S. Seventh Street
  • Service drive entrances converted to one-way in opposing directions from S. Seventh Street

Considerations:

  • Reduces pedestrian crossing distance across S. Seventh Street, south of Scio Church service drive and across the service drive east and west of S. Seventh
  • Added left turn lane for northbound S. Seventh Street increases intersection capacity for vehicles
  • Adjusted size and shape of the curb extension on the southwest corner addresses lane alignment for southbound Seventh Street 
  • One way onto service drive entrances addresses complicated travel interaction among traffic at Scio Church, Scio Church service drive and S. Seventh Street intersection by restricting egress from service drive to S. Seventh Street
  • Eliminates cut-through traffic along Scio Church service drive
  • This concept was not supported by residents along the service drive during previous public engagement  


CONCEPT 4 

Description:

  • Modified curb extensions on S. Seventh Street south of Scio Church service drive
  • Added dedicated left turn lane for northbound Seventh Street
  • Median island on S. Seventh Street from Scio Church to south of the service drive

Considerations:

  • Provides pedestrian refuge island when crossing S. Seventh Street, south of Scio Church service drive 
  • Added left turn lane for northbound S. Seventh Street increases intersection capacity for vehicles
  • Removed curb extensions on the southwest and southeast corners addresses lane alignment for southbound Seventh Street 
  • Pedestrian refuge island addresses complicated travel interaction among traffic at Scio Church, Scio Church service drive and S. Seventh Street intersection by restricting left turns or through traffic from service drive to S. Seventh Street
  • Eliminates cut-through traffic along Scio Church service drive
  • This concept was not supported by residents along the service drive during previous public engagement 


S. SEVENTH STREET AND STADIUM BOULEVARD

CONCEPT A

Description:

  • Existing condition: northbound buffered bike lane on S. Seventh Street extends to the intersection

Considerations:

  • Implements direction received from the Transportation Commission’s Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) Committee to provide a low-stress bicycle network at this location
  • Provides a dedicated bicycle space up to the intersection
  • Opportunity for additional bicycle space improvements could be explored to clearly designate bicyclist and vehicle interaction. 


CONCEPT B

Description:

  • Northbound right turn lane shared with an advisory bike lane on S. Seventh Street at the intersection

Considerations:

  • Added right turn lane restores intersection capacity for vehicles 

NOTE: Draft concepts are subject to change pending additional engineering analysis, public input and other considerations.  The implementation timeframe for the selected improvement will depend on its complexity, cost, and required approvals.

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