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Residentís Guide for Creating Safe and Walkable Communities
Laura Sandt (au)
A walkable community is one where it is easy and safe to walk to goods and services (i.e., grocery stores, post offices, health clinics,etc.). Walkable communities encourage pedestrian activity, expand transportation options, and have safe and inviting streets that servepeople with different ranges of mobility.This guide is intended to assist residents, parents, community association members, and others in getting involved in making communities safer for pedestrians. The guide includes facts, ideas, and resources to help residents learn abouttraffic problems that affect pedestrians and find ways to help address these problems and promote pedestrian safety. The guide includes information on identifying problems, taking action to address pedestrian concerns, finding solutions to improve pedestrian safety, and resources to get additional information. Figures.
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