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What are your priorities for Ann Arbor’s focus corridors?

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What are your priorities for Washtenaw Avenue? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.

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    Pedestrian

What are your priorities for Plymouth Road? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.

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    Bicycle
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    Pedestrian

What are your priorities for Miller Avenue? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.

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    Bicycle
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    Transit
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    Vehicle
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    Pedestrian

What are your priorities for South Main Street? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.

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    Transit
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    Vehicle
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    Bicycle
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    Pedestrian

What are your priorities for Fuller Road? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.

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    Transit
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    Vehicle
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    Bicycle
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    Pedestrian
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December 9, 2019, 7:18 AM
  • What are your priorities for Washtenaw Avenue? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.
    1. Describe the significance of this item

      Vehicle
    2. Describe the significance of this item

      Transit
    3. Describe the significance of this item

      Bicycle
    4. Describe the significance of this item

      Pedestrian
  • What are your priorities for Plymouth Road? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.
    1. Describe the significance of this item

      Pedestrian
    2. Describe the significance of this item

      Vehicle
    3. Describe the significance of this item

      Bicycle
    4. Describe the significance of this item

      Transit
  • What are your priorities for Miller Avenue? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.
    1. Describe the significance of this item

      Bicycle
    2. Describe the significance of this item

      Vehicle
    3. Describe the significance of this item

      Pedestrian
    4. Describe the significance of this item

      Transit
  • What are your priorities for South Main Street? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.
    1. Describe the significance of this item

      Pedestrian
    2. Describe the significance of this item

      Vehicle
    3. Describe the significance of this item

      Bicycle
    4. Describe the significance of this item

      Transit
  • What are your priorities for Fuller Road? Using the following modes of transportation, rank your priorities in order.
    1. Describe the significance of this item

      Pedestrian
    2. Describe the significance of this item

      Bicycle
    3. Describe the significance of this item

      Vehicle
    4. Describe the significance of this item

      Transit
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Existing Conditions:
The survey provides information on the existing conditions for each corridor using the following categories:

  • Crash & Safety: The number of vehicles, bicycle, or pedestrian crashes in addition to the number of fatalities or serious injuries. 
  • Bicycle Level of Traffic Stress (LTS): A score based on the volume of traffic, speed limit, and type of bike infrastructure.
  • Transit Routes: The number of Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority bus routes along the corridor.
  • Pedestrian Demand and Network: The likely level of pedestrian activity and availability of sidewalk routes, accounting for existing gaps in the sidewalk system. 
  • Vehicle Volume: The average daily motor vehicle traffic on a roadway.


Prioritizing Modes of Transportation:
Using the following modes of transportation, rank each in order from highest to lowest priority for each corridor. 

  • Pedestrian: Prioritizing pedestrians may involve implementing traffic signaling that prioritizes pedestrians, midblock crosswalks, or a landscaped buffer.
  • Transit: Prioritizing transit may consider implementing bus-only lanes, bus stop amenities, or traffic signaling that prioritizes transit. 
  • Bicycle: Prioritizing bicycles may involve implementing separated bike lanes or traffic signaling that prioritizes bicycling.
  • Vehicle: Prioritizing vehicles may consider implementing turn lanes or traffic signal enhancements to improve safety and efficiency. 

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Washtenaw Avenue Corridor
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Plymouth Road Corridor
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Miller Avenue Corridor

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South Main Street Corridor
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Fuller Road Corridor
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If you have any additional feedback or comments about this project please contact Project Manager Eli Cooper email at ECooper@a2gov.org or call 734-794-6410 ext. 43710. 

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