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  • Thank you for allowing us to speak today about the WPC’s recently released Getting Around on Foot Action, a study and report of pedestrian priorities for improvement throughout the metropolitan region.
  • Our study methods included . . .
  • Access to transportation options is crucial. The burdens and benefits of transportation must be shared equitably across communities, including geographic and cultural.
  • Transit is an extension of the pedestrian network. Four out of five TriMet’s customers access transit on foot, and that means that improving walking access to transit is critical to increasing the quality of both the transit and pedestrian network.
  • Focus on the red marks on this map; those are the ped crashes in Portland between 2000 and 2009.
  • G ao f_pres.pechakucha

    1. 1. Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Willamette Pedestrian Coalition Getting Around on Foot Action Plan
    2. 2. <ul><li>STUDY METHODS </li></ul><ul><li>Neighborhood case studies </li></ul><ul><li>Transportation System Plan (TSP) reviews </li></ul><ul><li>Resident surveys </li></ul><ul><li>Jurisdiction interviews </li></ul>Getting Around on Foot Action Plan Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org
    3. 3. Safe Crossings & Sidewalks Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Photos: Roger Averbeck
    4. 4. Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Designing for All Abilities Photo: Roger Averbeck
    5. 5. Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Human Scale & Calming Traffic Photo: Roger Averbeck
    6. 6. Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Priorities & Connections Photos: Roger Averbeck
    7. 7. Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Funding & Creating Partnerships Photos: Roger Averbeck
    8. 8. Recognizing Equity Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org
    9. 9. Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Combining Transit with Walking Photo: Roger Averbeck
    10. 10. Traffic Safety
    11. 11. Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Engaging Communities Photo: Roger Averbeck
    12. 12. Yay! Connections Photo: Roger Averbeck
    13. 13. Yay! Funding Priorities Photo: David F. Ashton, East Portland News
    14. 14. Yay! Safe Crossings
    15. 15. Yay! Engaging Communities
    16. 16. More! Engaging Communities Photos: Matt Picio and Ryan Good
    17. 17. <ul><li>Say “Hi” to your neighbor </li></ul><ul><li>right now </li></ul>Even More! Engaging Communities
    18. 18. Yay! Recognizing Equity
    19. 19. Yay! Traffic Calming Photo & Installation: Alta Planning + Design
    20. 20. Willamette Pedestrian Coalition www.wpcwalks.org Thank You

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