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The Final Presentation of the Santa Fe IQP D'11 Trails team.

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    1. 1. Multi-Use Trails in Santa Fe:Accessibility and Social Networking Kunal Chawla, Nikole Connor, Michael De Anda, Julia Krebs In collaboration with
    2. 2. Sponsors The Santa Fe Complex Roy Wroth Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization Keith Wilson Mark Tibbetts The Santa Fe University of Art and Design Maggie Macnab 2
    3. 3. MissionThe purpose of this project is to facilitate the accessibility anduse of multi-use trails in Santa Fe while promoting socialinteraction among trail users. 3
    4. 4. Objectives 1. To assess existing multi-use trails 2. To promote accessibility and use of multi-use trails 3. To facilitate social interaction on multi-use trails 4
    5. 5. Non-Motorized Transportation In the United States Workers’ Commute in the U.S. by Mode of Transportation Work at Home Walking 4% 3% Bicycle 0.5% Motorized 92.5%Alliance for Biking and Walking. (2010) “Bicycling and walking in the united states: 2010 benchmarking report.” Accessed 04/28/2011 5
    6. 6. Benefits of Non-MotorizedTransportation • Improves fitness and health • Increases community awareness • Reduces traffic congestion • Conserves energyVictoria Transport Policy Institute. (2011). “Evaluating non-motorized transportation benefits and costs.” Accessed 05/03/2011http://www.vtpi.org/nmt-tdm.pdf 6
    7. 7. Non-Motorized Transportation inSanta Fe• Contains 12 paved multi- use trail systems• Compact size, moderate terrain and semi-arid climate 7
    8. 8. Santa Fe as a Walking CityIn 2008: • Best walking city in New Mexico • Ranked in the top 5percentile as a walking city in the United States1Herling,J. (2008). “Best (and worst) walking cities in america ranked by prevention & APMA.” Accessed 02/13/2011http://www2.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/03-04-2008/0004766972&EDATE2American Podiatric Medical Association. (2008). “2008 best walking cities; 500 overall U.S. city rankings.” Accessed 02/13/2011http://www.apma.org/walking 8
    9. 9. Metropolitan Planning Organization “Promote interconnected transportation options” Developed: •2009 Bikeways and Trails Map Promotes safe guidance and trip planning to cyclists and pedestrians •2010-2035 Metropolitan Transportation Plan Proposes updates for trailway systemsE-Connect: The Marin County Free Librarys e-newsletter. (2007).http://www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/lb/main/newsletter/0705newsletter.cfm?print=yes& 9
    10. 10. Bikeways and Trails Map 10
    11. 11. Multi-Use Trails and Bikeways 11
    12. 12. Multi-Use Trails and Bikeways Multi-Use Trails •Not designed for motorized vehicles •Separate from roadways 12
    13. 13. Multi-Use Trails and Bikeways Bikeways •Includes multi-use trails •Includes bike lanes on roads designed for motorized transportation 13
    14. 14. Objectives 1. To assess existing multi-use trails 2. To promote accessibility and use of multi-use trails 3. To facilitate social interaction on multi-use trails 14
    15. 15. Objectives 1. To assess existing multi-use trails 2. To promote accessibility and use of multi-use trails 3. To facilitate social interaction on multi-use trails 15
    16. 16. Map of Trails Assessed 16
    17. 17. Map of Trails Assessed River Trail Acequia Trail Calle Lorca Southbridge Park Trail Arroyo de Los Chamisos Trail Rail Trail 17
    18. 18. Defining Trail Segments 18
    19. 19. GPS Tracking Google My Tracks - Enables GPS tracking and statistics Elevation Gain GPS-based map StatisticsAnaya. “ 10 of the best android apps.” Accessed 3/3/2011 http://www.anaya.co.cc/10-of-the-best-android-apps/ 19Android Guy. “App review: Google my tracks.” Accessed 3/3/2011 http://www.androidguys.com/2009/02/15/app-review-google-my-tracks/
    20. 20. Trail Assessment Form 20
    21. 21. Trail Assessment Form- Labeling 21
    22. 22. Trail Assessment Form- Surface 22
    23. 23. Trail Assessment Form- Signage 23
    24. 24. Trail Assessment Form- Data 24
    25. 25. Trail Assessment Form- Comments 25
    26. 26. Interactive Segmented Map 26
    27. 27. Interactive Segmented Map 27
    28. 28. Defining a Bollard • A bollard is a short post used to divert motor vehicles from a non-motorized path • A correctly spaced bollard has a minimum of 3 feet per ADA regulations Space >3 ft 28
    29. 29. Interactive Map with Bollard Locations 29
    30. 30. Specific Bollard Details Correctly Spaced Bollard Incorrectly Spaced Bollard 30
    31. 31. Objectives 1. To assess existing multi-use trails 2. To promote accessibility and use of multi-use trails 3. To facilitate social interaction on multi-use trails 31
    32. 32. Objectives 1. To assess existing multi-use trails 2. To promote accessibility and use of multi-use trails 3. To facilitate social interaction on multi-use trails 32
    33. 33. Amenities Map 33
    34. 34. Amenities Map- Bike Parking 34
    35. 35. Amenities Map- Bike Shops 35
    36. 36. Amenities Map- Bike Shops Details 36
    37. 37. Amenities Map- Benches 37
    38. 38. Existing Trail Signs 38
    39. 39. Sign Location Proposal Criteria 1. At the two endpoints of the trail if a sign currently does not exist 2. At an intersection with no current existing signage 3. At a point where there is a break in the trail that continues at a different location 39
    40. 40. Proposed Sign Locations 40
    41. 41. Location Details 41
    42. 42. Trailhead Designs Calle Lorca Southbridge Park Trails River Trail 42
    43. 43. Trailhead Designs Rail Trail Acequia Trail 43
    44. 44. Rack Card Designs 44
    45. 45. Rack Card Designs 45
    46. 46. Logo Designs Acequia Trail Calle Lorca Southbridge Park Trails Rail Trail River Trail 46
    47. 47. Objectives 1. To assess existing multi-use trails 2. To promote accessibility and use of multi-use trails 3. To facilitate social interaction on multi-use trails 47
    48. 48. Objectives 1. To assess existing multi-use trails 2. To promote accessibility and use of multi-use trails 3. To facilitate social interaction on multi-use trails 48
    49. 49. Smartphone App Mockup 49
    50. 50. Smartphone App Mockup-Navigation 50
    51. 51. Smartphone App Mockup-Navigation 51
    52. 52. Smartphone App Mockup-Travel Log 52
    53. 53. Smartphone App Mockup-Social Map 53
    54. 54. Smartphone App Mockup-Profile Screen 54
    55. 55. Conclusions Finished Products 1. Segmented Map with Assessment 2. Bollard Location Map 3. Amenities Map • Bench Layer • Bike Parking Layer • Bike Shops Layer 4. Sign Location Proposal Map 55
    56. 56. Website So Where is this Data Going? 56
    57. 57. Recommendations for Future Work Code and Implement Smartphone design Directional Signage for Important Destinations 57
    58. 58. We Would Like to ThankSanta Fe Complex Santa Fe University of Art and DesignRoy Wroth Maggie MacnabStephen Guerin Benitez,CarlosCody Smith Castillo Ortiz, Hilda Graciela Charley,TiffanyMetropolitan Planning Organization Cubillo Ponce de Leon, S. RebecaKeith Wilson Escamilla, RodrigoMark Tibbetts Flores,Martha Friedlaender,BenjaminTrails Alliance of Santa Fe Garcia-Verdugo, Fernando D.Margaret Alexander Gonzalez,Astrid Gura, Danny T.Parks Division Marmor, Daniel I.Fabian Chavez Olguin Vigil, Mario A. Oliva, PaulinaCycling Advocate and Mediator Ruy-Sanchez-Siller, Armida KenaCatherine Downing Silva, Leonardo Torres Acuna Solis, Luis F. Yanez, Juan Miguel 58
    59. 59. Thank You Julia Krebs, Nikole Connor, Kunal Chawla, Michael De AndaEmail: sf11-trails@wpi.edusf11.trailheads@gmail.comWebsite: https://sites.google.com/site/santafetrailheads/homehttps://sites.google.com/site/gosantafenm/home 59

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