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Reviving Vine: Improving Multimodal Connections on Vine Street
Product No.: 17070
Date Published: 9/2018
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Geographic Area Covered: Vine Street local service roads (eastbound and westbound) between 8th Street and Broad Street in Philadelphia, PA
Abstract: This study evaluated the feasibility of a "road diet" or lane reconfiguration on Vine Street local to create a safer, more accessible multimodal streetscape. The proposed lane configuration is complemented by additional recommendations to decrease crossing distances, reduce vehicle speeds, and create inviting open spaces. All of these recommendations seek to mitigate the negative impacts of the Vine Street Expressway and adjoining roads in response to community concerns.
Key Words: Complete streets, multimodal, road diet, pedestrian, bicycle, road diet, accessibility, Chinatown, Vine Street
- Meijun Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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