Study proposes projects to make walking safer in Sunnyvale
The Sunnyvale City Council unanimously approved a Pedestrian Safety and Opportunities Study on Dec. 11 that is designed to make it safer and easier to walk through Sunnyvale.
The study, which is non-binding, proposes 722 projects, including 483 new curb ramps, 23 marked crosswalks and about 145,000 linear feet of new sidewalks, for a total of $7.2 million. This could be paid for by grants in the future.
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Since: Apr 07
#1 Dec 22, 2007
I'd love to see more of those "high visibility" crosswalks, like the one on Maude, installed throughout the city. That's one of the best pedestrian safety innovations I've seen in a long time.
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