How comfortable are Ann Arbor's pedestrian crossings?
The City of Ann Arbor is updating its Comprehensive Transportation Plan — a guiding document for the city’s transportation policies, programs, and investments in the transportation network, including roads, sidewalks, paths, bike lanes, and public transit.
A mid-block crosswalk is a crosswalk that in not at an intersection. As part of our information gathering, we want to know how comfortable people feel using marked mid-block crosswalks, both as a pedestrian and as a driver. We are also seeking community input to identify potential additional crosswalk locations. Please fill out this brief survey to share your experiences as a pedestrian and/or driver in Ann Arbor.
The following survey will remain open until January 27 at 9:00 a.m.
Additional background and materials related to the Comprehensive Transportation Plan update are available a2gov.org/A2MovingTogether. Questions? Contact Project Manager Eli Cooper at ECooper@a2gov.org or 734.794.6410 x43710.
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