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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 1? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 25.0% 1
Signal Timing Improvements 25.0% 1
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 25.0% 1
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 50.0% 2
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 25.0% 1
Green Bike Box at Intersections 50.0% 2
Buffered Bike Lanes 50.0% 2
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 75.0% 3
High Visibility Crosswalks 75.0% 3
Improved Street Lighting 25.0% 1
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 25.0% 1
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 50.0% 2

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 1:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 2? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 25.0% 1
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 50.0% 2
Pedestrian Activated Signals 25.0% 1
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 25.0% 1
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 25.0% 1
Green Bike Box at Intersections 50.0% 2
Buffered Bike Lanes 75.0% 3
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 75.0% 3
High Visibility Crosswalks 75.0% 3
Improved Street Lighting 50.0% 2
Add Left Turn Signal 50.0% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 50.0% 2

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 2:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 3? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 66.7% 2
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 66.7% 2
Sidewalk/Pathway to Close Gap 66.7% 2
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 66.7% 2
Green Bike Box at Intersections 100.0% 3
Buffered Bike Lanes 100.0% 3
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 66.7% 2
High Visibility Crosswalks 66.7% 2
Improved Street Lighting 33.3% 1
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 66.7% 2

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 3:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 4? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 25.0% 1
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 50.0% 2
Signal Timing Improvements 25.0% 1
Pedestrian Activated Signals 50.0% 2
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 100.0% 4
In-Roadway Warning Lights at Uncontrolled Crosswalks 25.0% 1
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 25.0% 1
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 25.0% 1
Green Bike Box at Intersections 75.0% 3
Buffered Bike Lanes 75.0% 3
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 50.0% 2
High Visibility Crosswalks 50.0% 2
Improved Street Lighting 50.0% 2
Add Left Turn Signal 75.0% 3
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 25.0% 1

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 4:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 5? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 75.0% 3
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 25.0% 1
Sidewalk/Pathway to Close Gap 50.0% 2
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 50.0% 2
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 25.0% 1
Green Bike Box at Intersections 75.0% 3
Buffered Bike Lanes 75.0% 3
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 75.0% 3
High Visibility Crosswalks 75.0% 3
Decorative Crosswalks 25.0% 1
Improved Street Lighting 50.0% 2
Add Left Turn Signal 50.0% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 50.0% 2

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 5:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 6? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Signal Timing Improvements 33.3% 1
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 33.3% 1
Green Bike Box at Intersections 33.3% 1
Buffered Bike Lanes 66.7% 2
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 100.0% 3
High Visibility Crosswalks 66.7% 2
Improved Street Lighting 33.3% 1
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 66.7% 2

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 6:

No responses yet.

What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 7? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 25.0% 1
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 25.0% 1
Signal Timing Improvements 25.0% 1
Pedestrian Activated Signals 25.0% 1
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 25.0% 1
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 25.0% 1
Green Bike Box at Intersections 25.0% 1
Buffered Bike Lanes 75.0% 3
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 75.0% 3
High Visibility Crosswalks 50.0% 2
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 25.0% 1
No Right Turns on Red Signal 25.0% 1
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 50.0% 2

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 7:

No responses yet.

What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 8? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 75.0% 3
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 75.0% 3
Pedestrian Activated Signals 25.0% 1
Separated Bikeways (Cycle Tracks) 25.0% 1
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 25.0% 1
Green Bike Box at Intersections 50.0% 2
Buffered Bike Lanes 75.0% 3
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 75.0% 3
High Visibility Crosswalks 75.0% 3
Improved Street Lighting 25.0% 1
Add Left Turn Signal 50.0% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 50.0% 2

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 8:

No responses yet.

What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 9? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 25.0% 1
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 25.0% 1
Pedestrian Activated Signals 100.0% 4
Green Bike Box at Intersections 50.0% 2
Buffered Bike Lanes 75.0% 3
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 75.0% 3
High Visibility Crosswalks 75.0% 3
Decorative Crosswalks 25.0% 1
Improved Street Lighting 25.0% 1
Add Left Turn Signal 25.0% 1
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 25.0% 1

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 9:

No responses yet.

What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 10? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 50.0% 2
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 50.0% 2
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 25.0% 1
Green Bike Box at Intersections 50.0% 2
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 75.0% 3
High Visibility Crosswalks 75.0% 3
Decorative Crosswalks 25.0% 1
Improved Street Lighting 50.0% 2
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 25.0% 1
Add Left Turn Signal 50.0% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 25.0% 1

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 10:

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