Acute Congestion on Arterial Roads
1. Inefficient Transportation Network2. Weak Alternatives to the Car3. Poor Access to Parks and Open Spaces4. Uncoordinated, Sprawling Development
40,000+ Cars / Day on Major ArterialsOnly 25 Street Intersections Per Square MileOnly 20% Sidewalk Coverage on District Streets
Auto-oriented sprawl is bad for business, health, and the business of healthcare.
Build the District Street Network.Build the Health Loop Trail.
1. Create connections for efficient circulation and access.2. Enable people to walk, bike, and take transit.3. Connect to parks and open spaces.4. Promote balanced, diverse, and orderly development.
Travel Speed on ArterialsPedestrian and Bicyclist CountsEmployee Travel Behavior Survey
An Efficient, Safe, and Pleasant Place for All