Hunting Park Vision Zero Corridor Study

Hunting Park Vision Zero Corridor Study

Product No.: 23130
Date Published: 08/2023

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This project was funded by the City of Philadelphia as part of Vision Zero, an effort to eliminate traffic fatalities by 2030. Hunting Park Avenue from Wissahickon Avenue to Old York Road is considered part of Philadelphia’s High Injury Network, where a high frequency of severe crashes occurs. The study team for this project conducted extensive neighborhood outreach, research on existing planning efforts, a road safety audit, and a crash traffic analysis, all of which indicated the need for safety improvements on the corridor. The team produced a series of recommendations aimed at improving safety, mobility, and community vitality for all users of the street. The recommendations were presented to a steering committee made up of city government and community members, as well as to the public during a pop-up event hosted at a local park.

Geographic Area Covered: Hunting Park, Tioga-Nicetown, Philadelphia, North Philadelphia

Key Words: Safety, Mobility, Design, Vision Zero

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Project Team

  • Kelsey McElduff Principal Transportation Engineer
  • Sarah Moran Manager, Office of Mobility Analysis and Design
  • Kevin Murphy Manager, Office of Safe Streets
  • Kaylen Phillips Transportation Planner
  • Kendra Nelson Transportation Planner
  • Elise Turner Manager, Office of Communications and Engagement
  • Stephanie Cavacini Associate Manager, Office of Creative and Print Services
  • Gina Myers Senior Communications Specialist
  • Russell Livolsi Transportation Planning Intern

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