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What transportation features would you like to see along Scio Church Rd., S. Maple to S. Seventh St.?

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What part of this project are you most interested in? (select up to two)

Response Percent Response Count
Impacts during construction 38.1% 56
Pavement condition improvements 60.5% 89
Water service improvements 3.4% 5
Stormwater management improvements 13.6% 20
Active transportation features (bike lanes, sidewalks, crosswalks) 72.8% 107
Financial impacts to property owners (i.e., Special Assessments for sidewalks) 3.4% 5
Other 6.1% 9

Do you support the proposed parking removal along Scio Church Road to accommodate bike installation on both sides of the street (matching the lane design east of Greenview)?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 74.8% 110
No 17.7% 26
Undecided 7.5% 11

Please indicate your attitude toward installing sidewalk at the proposed sidewalk zone 1 shown in image.

Response Percent Response Count
Strongly in favor 71.4% 105
In favor 20.4% 30
Neutral 4.8% 7
Opposed 2.0% 3
Strongly opposed 1.4% 2

Please indicate your attitude toward installing sidewalk at the proposed sidewalk zone 2 shown in image.

Response Percent Response Count
Strongly in favor 65.1% 95
In favor 21.2% 31
Neutral 7.5% 11
Opposed 4.1% 6
Strongly opposed 2.1% 3
Renny Franceschi inside ward 4
February 16, 2020, 9:39 PM
  • What part of this project are you most interested in? (select up to two)
    • Impacts during construction
    • Pavement condition improvements
    • Active transportation features (bike lanes, sidewalks, crosswalks)
  • Do you support the proposed parking removal along Scio Church Road to accommodate bike installation on both sides of the street (matching the lane design east of Greenview)?
    • No
  • Please indicate your attitude toward installing sidewalk at the proposed sidewalk zone 1 shown in image.
    • Strongly in favor
  • Please indicate your attitude toward installing sidewalk at the proposed sidewalk zone 2 shown in image.
    No response.
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Scio Church Project Area

project area map

Bike lane and sidewalk installation is being considered as part of this project. 

Why install bike lanes and sidewalks?

- Improve safety
- Provide a continuous user experience
- Encourage active transportation and improve community health
- Provide more transportation options
- Part of Non-Motorized Transportation Plan
- Complete Streets Policy
- Respond to community requests
 

Bike Lane Map

Bike Lane Map

Sidewalk Map

Sidewalk Map

If you have any additional feedback or comments about this project please contact Project Manager Jane Allen, P.E. by email at JAllen2@a2gov.org or call 734-794-6410 ext. 43678. 


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