Where would you like to see additional sidewalks and non-motorized improvements made in Upper Arlington?
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Paul Kreitler inside City Boundary
June 21, 2017, 10:06 AM
The section of Northstar Road between Guilford and Lane Avenue is frequently traveled by bicycles, pedestrians, and runners. There is a path from Guilford Road south on the OSU property, but nothing to the north. Though Northstar is 25 mph, it is a heavily traveled street and often cars travel well over 25 mph.
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June 2, 2016, 3:34 PM
There should be more sidewalks and the residents whose home are next to them should NOT bear the total cost!!
Also I have seen sidewalks replaced 3 times, in the same place so I feel as if money is really being wasted. Children should be able to walk to school SAFELY on sidewalks the entire way and it is not possible for people living around Wickliffe and Barrington. ALSO, all streets should have CURBS, this should not be a "perk" paid for by the individual residents.
January 3, 2017, 7:53 PM
If children are expected to walk to school because it's "close enough" (within 1.2 miles of school) and yet there are not sidewalks between that house and the school then sidewalks should be built IMMEDIATELY. For example, there are children that are supposed to walk to Wickliffe Elementary from Springhill, Riverhill, Cresthill, etc. that are expected to walk along Mountview to get to school. Not only does Mountview not have sidewalks but it DOESN'T EVEN HAVE CURBS! We spend all this money to have bike paths and sidewalks to all the shopping and parks but it's appalling to me that kids aren't bussed to school and yet there are no sidewalks.
January 14, 2017, 9:05 AM
Would like to see room for bikes/pedestrians to Whole Foods parking lot from Beaumont road. More congested now with new development and less room for pedestrian access to shops from Beaumont.
Clark Anderson inside City Boundary
January 31, 2017, 9:37 AM
Dear UA residents: We need more sidewalks in UA: Sidewalks were used by the Romans so people didn't compete for roadway with cattle. It's time our city came of age and for sake of all provided sidewalks throughout. The issue is bigger than the individual home-owner so decisions about use of the right-of-way should be made for the benefit of all and should be paid by the entire community. We need a 20-year plan so another century doesn't pass without sidewalks throughout. Start on the streets where pedestrians are most at risk of their lives.