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Reference > Transportation Planning > Pedestrian Planning Printer Friendly Version
Upper Manhattan Pedestrian Project, 2008

Overview:
Upper Manhattan Pedestrian Project The Upper Manhattan Pedestrian Project presents the findings from the study of intersections around Ft. Washington Avenue and the George Washington Bridge in the Washington Heights area of the city. This report recommends a number of physical and operational improvements in order to improve pedestrian safety, mobility and access as well as bicycle and vehicle operations. These improvements include new signage, street markings, street lighting, sidewalk extensions, traffic calming measures, standardization of intersections, median extensions, and installation of greenway and bicycle facilities.




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