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Vibrancy: Potential Pedestrian Demand

Demand Map - click for largerDeveloping a vibrant pedestrian environment is one of the goals of the Pedestrian Master Plan. The Pedestrian Demand Map shows where pedestrians are most likely to be today or where there is the highest potential for pedestrian activity in the future. The map was created by identifying existing destinations such as parks, schools, and libraries that are likely to generate pedestrian traffic. It identifies “hot spots” shown in dark green where these pedestrian destinations are located in proximity to each other, with the assumption that certain destinations will generate relatively more pedestrian traffic than others.

 



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