Improve crossings to help people walk/bike safely given increased volumes and changing travel patterns.
• Crossings at or near essential services (pharmacies, hospitals, grocery stores, transit stops, parks, etc.)
• Mid-block locations with high crossing demand, especially on multi-lane streets.
• Streets with transit stops at unsignalized locations, fast or high-volume traffic, and/or high crash rates.
• Use vertical elements to delineate curb extensions or refuge islands.
• Shorten crossing distance and reduce speeding by repurposing or narrowing vehicle lanes.
• Apply reflective traffic tape or paint to delineate pedestrian space and increase crosswalk visibility.
Duration: Weeks, months, years.