Greater Philadelphia Pedestrian Portal (

Greater Philadelphia Pedestrian Portal (

Product No.: WEB18038
Date Published: 01/2021

Launch ProductDVRPC’s Regional Sidewalk Inventory project created a new dataset for understanding, evaluating, and prioritizing pedestrian accessibility in Greater Philadelphia. The Pedestrian Portal is intended to make that data easily available and useful for local planners, officials, and members of the public to inform and inspire pedestrian improvements. The portal allows for easy maintenance and local ground truthing of the regional sidewalk inventory data, and provides a space for collaboration between local, county, and regional planning partners working on pedestrian improvements.

Geographic Area Covered: DVRPC region (all 9 counties)

Key Words: Pedestrian, walkability, GIS, sidewalks, crosswalks, curb ramps

Staff Contact(s)

Project Team

  • Rebecca J. Maule Senior Graphic Artist
  • James E. Strangfeld, CAPM Manager, Office of Web Operations
  • Sean Lawrence GIS System Administrator
  • Logan Axelson Manager, Multimodal Program Development
  • Gregory R. Krykewycz, PP, AICP Director of Transportation Planning

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