Mt. Ephraim Avenue (CR 605) Pedestrian Road Safety Audit

Mt. Ephraim Avenue (CR 605) Pedestrian Road Safety Audit

Product No.: 11035
Date Published: 07/2013

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This report documents the process and findings of the Mt. Ephraim Avenue Pedestrian Road Safety Audit undertaken by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC). The report details safety issues identified by the audit team at the study location and remedial strategies to address them. The goal of this audit was to identify safety issues and generate improvement recommendations for the study area in an effort to reduce crashes and improve walking and biking. Emphasis is placed on identifying low-cost, quick turnaround, safety projects to address the identified issues, where possible. This project represents a step toward implementation of DVRPC’s Safety Action Plan. Implementation of improvement strategies may be eligible for Local Federal Aid Safety Funds.

Geographic Area Covered: Camden City in Camden County, New Jersey

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