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Objective 3: Increase pedestrian safety

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A sense of safety is an important consideration as people make the choice to walk. There are a variety of design, engineering, and enforcement strategies that can help to make walking feel safer both along and across the roadway.

Increase pedestrian safety

Strategy 3.1: Maintain pedestrian visibility at intersections

Strategy 3.2: Improve crossing conditions, especially in areas with high pedestrian demand

Strategy 3.3: Manage vehicle speeds to support and encourage walking

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