Comments for “ODOT Statewide ATNI - Ped Data Needs”

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  1. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    This should probably be a Parallel Route

  2. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Although technically in the City Limits, do we really have Pedestrian needs along this stretch of US97? It should probably end around this intersection

  3. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Although technically in the City Limits, do we really have Pedestrian needs along this stretch of OR293?

  4. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Although technically in the City Limits, do we really have Pedestrian needs along this stretch of OR218?

  5. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Although technically in the City Limits, do we really have Pedestrian needs along this stretch of US97?

  6. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Although technically in the City Limits, this should probably be a parallel route to route pedestrians through the city.

  7. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Although technically in the City Limits, do we really have Pedestrian needs along this stretch of OR19?

  8. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Although technically in the City Limits, do we really have Pedestrian needs along this stretch of OR207?

  9. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Although technically in city limits, should the ped/bike needs end at the edges of town (7th on the North, C st on the west, and C/3rd St to the South)? It doesn't make too much sense in the context.

  10. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Why is this section only one-side need?

  11. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    This section is a bit odd - it's technically within city limits but should probably be coded similar to the areas around it outside of city limits to match it's context.

  12. Open-uri20200902-27330-1a894ij?1599073096

    Added September 02 2020

    This should probably be Data needs on both sides as sidewalks would be the appropriate treatment in Gilchrist and Crescent

  13. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    OR 39 has a parallel route on the A Canal Trail from Esplanade (roughly here) to S 6th Street so we don't intend on having ped/bike facilities on OR39.

  14. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    There is an existing Parallel Route here (from Campus Drive in the north/west to Portland Ave in the east/south) which serves as our Parallel Route

  15. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    There is an existing Parallel Route here (from Campus Drive in the north/west to Portland Ave in the east/south) which serves as our Parallel Route

  16. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    We have sidewalk on the west-side of the US97 Parkway all the way to roughly here before it switches to Parallel Route.

  17. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Does a MUP along the US97 Parkway count as a Parallel Route, or does it count as a Ped Need one side?

    We have MUP/sidewalk from Colorado to the north to Reed Market on the South on the West side of the Parkway. Plan is to improve these if possible.

  18. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Does a MUP along the US20 count as a Parallel Route, or does it count as a Ped Need one side?

    Planning on building a MUP along the East side of the highway between Old Bend Redmond to the North to the Interchange at the south.

  19. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Does a MUP along the US97 Parkway count as a Parallel Route, or does it count as a Ped Need one side?

    Long-term plan here is to have a MUP connecting from roughly MP 134.66 in the North to Empire Ave along the east side of the highway.

  20. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    Does a MUP along the US97 Parkway count as a Parallel Route, or does it count as a Ped Need one side?

    Long-term plan here is to have a MUP connecting from Empire to Butler Market on the West side of the highway

  21. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    This applies to the several parts of the US97 Parkway in Bend and probably for bikes and peds, but there are several portions (including this one from Revere to the North to almost Colorado in the south) where we currently have Ped Data for one side (west) and it should identified as Ped Facilities on system rather than the Parallel Route.

    Long-term, I'm looking to improve these facilities to buffered or MUP.

  22. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    This applies to the several parts of the US97 Parkway in Bend and probably for bikes and peds, but there are several portions (including this one from Revere to the North to almost Colorado in the south) where we currently have Ped Data for one side (west) and it should identified as Ped Facilities on system rather than the Parallel Route.

    Long-term, I'm looking to improve these facilities to buffered or MUP.

  23. Stringio

    Added September 02 2020

    The whole offramp should have data - whether it's parallel route or one side would be good as it's odd to cut it off half-way.

  24. Stringio

    Added September 01 2020

    No need to collect data on I5

  25. Stringio

    Added September 01 2020

    We should look at this underpass if we own it