Sidewalk Gap Analysis

Sidewalk Gap Analysis

Product No.: WEB21017
Date Published: 08/2021

Launch ProductA connected pedestrian network is the foundation of a healthy, accessible, and prosperous community. This analysis helps communities around the region prioritize the pedestrian improvements that will make the greatest impact. How well connected is the pedestrian network in the Greater Philadelphia region? How do gaps in the pedestrian network affect our ability to travel around the region? This map explorer uses four analyses to examine different elements of pedestrian accessibility.

Geographic Area Covered: DVRPC Region, Bucks County, Burlington County, Camden County, Chester County, Delaware County, Gloucester County, Mercer County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia

Key Words: Sidewalks, accessibility, connectivity, pedestrian

Staff Contact(s)

Project Team

  • Sean Lawrence GIS System Administrator
  • Logan Axelson Manager, Multimodal Program Development
  • Kimberly L. Korejko Manager, Office of Data Coordination
  • Gregory R. Krykewycz, PP, AICP Director of Transportation Planning

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