Having ____________ makes me feel more comfortable walking along the street.

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26 April, 2017

A says:

“in response to rlw - adding barriers is a foolish idea. Slow traffic down and give pedestrian priority. This eliminates J-walking. ”

26 April, 2017

rlw says:

“Too many people j-walking. Have seen far too many near misses. this is a huge problem. maybe barriers should be in place. ”

26 April, 2017

says:

“Speed bumps, easier access for pedestrians crossing streets”

24 April, 2017

says:

“Wider sidewalks, less of a focus on pushing commuting traffic through. ”

23 April, 2017

AW says:

“A dyer need to prevent icing up walks under the 9th Ave railroad bridge on 9th. Ave SE.”

23 April, 2017

AW says:

“We need a smooth surfaced wider sidewalk for our wheelchair/walkers inhabitants of Inglewood.”

22 April, 2017

Mayor says:

“The intersection at 19 st and 9 ave is terrible for pedestrians - need to add a pedestrian only light at commute hours.”

21 April, 2017

Stormrider says:

“Poor quality of pavement along curb lane creates hazard for cyclists”

21 April, 2017

KH says:

“Cobble the entire street and reduce speed to 40km/h. It's is not safe/reasonable for cars to travel 50 here. ”

21 April, 2017

KH says:

“At every intersection with a street, the road should be raised to meet the sidewalk level. Improves accessibility; acts as speedbump for car”

20 April, 2017

CH says:

“Skinny sidewalks and parked cars actually make access to some stores tough. I'd do away with street parking on one side if it helped walking”

19 April, 2017

S says:

“Well lit at night.”