Where would you like to see additional sidewalks and non-motorized improvements made in Upper Arlington?
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Sarah Thyer inside City Boundary
October 2, 2016, 4:31 PM
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June 2, 2016, 9:43 PM
Sidewalks on Mountview and Kioka between Fishinger and Zollinger
June 23, 2016, 9:10 AM
It would be nice to place a sidewalk between Tremont and Parkway, especially now that Tremont has been improved north of Lane. A lot of traffic here but no where to walk but in people's grass.
January 3, 2017, 12:18 PM
I think it is obvious from the map that the entire River Ridge area is missing sidewalks. Streets with heavier vehicle traffic (especially ones those with COTA BUS STOP/ROUTES) should all have sidewalks for everyone to use. It is unsafe for walkers, bikers, and drivers to have to dodge each other and buses.
Signe Anderson inside City Boundary
January 3, 2017, 12:33 PM
I believe that any road with a double yellow line or a COTA bus route should have a sidewalk. Roads that have a double yellow line (especially Mountview between Fishinger and Zollinger) are used as a thru-way and have denser and faster traffic. As a pedestrian, it is terrifying to have to jump out of the way of oncoming traffic. I have stopped going on walks because I am terrified to push a baby stroller down these streets!
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 3, 2017, 9:32 PM
There needs to be sidewalks on Nottingham. It is not only a Cota Bus route, but also a popular cut through down to 33 and the entrance to the river. Cars speed down the street and we evened emailed the city to ask about speed bumps and we were told it was a noise issue with the speed bumps. Mountview to Fishinger is another area that needs sidewalks due to the kids going to Hastings. I agree with a previous comment, there aren't even curbs on Mountview.
January 4, 2017, 2:22 PM
There should be sidewalks connecting the stores at Fishinger and Riverside to the surrounding neighborhoods. Sidewalks could increase the amount of costumers going to our local businesses and decrease the traffic in the area if there was a safe way to walk there.
Marjie Bland inside City Boundary
January 8, 2017, 8:48 AM
Mountview connects so many side streets from Zollinger to Fishinger. With the curves at the South end, it can be very dangerous for pedestrians. Additionally, many children use the street to walk to and from school at Wickliffe. Addinf sidewalks would make the entire area more pedestrian friendly.
December 30, 2015, 4:29 PM
Would like to see multi-use paths along Lane Road (from Riverside Drive to Thompson Park), along Mountview Road (from Fishinger Road to Zollinger Road) and along North Star Road (from the end of the current path north to Lane Avenue, and then continued eastward toward Fred Beekman Park).
August 1, 2016, 1:01 PM
Fishinger Road with easy/safe access to the river. Mountview Road between Fishinger and Zollinger.