The proposed Pedestrian Priority Network identifies routes where there is a high volume of pedestrian traffic, near schools, parks, commercial corridors, and other destinations. The Connect 2020 plan will propose a minimum standard design for intersection crossings, and a heightened standard for crossings on the Pedestrian Priority Network.
What is your preferred treatment for all crossings? *
What is your preferred treatment for all Pedestrian Priority crossings? *
The proposed School Zones designation identifies areas around schools where children are more likely to be pedestrians and bicyclists coming and going to school. The Connect 2020 plan will propose a heightened minimum standard design for crossings in School Zones.
The proposed Bicycle Network comprises of trails and on-road designs that provide access to major destinations throughout Collingswood and Haddon Township. The graphic below shows in purple the major proposed East/West connections.
In the near-term, the position of the curbs and width of Haddon Avenue is fixed.
Given these limitations, what near-term design of Haddon Avenue do you most support? *
At some time in the future, Haddon Avenue will need to be completely reconstructed and there will be an opportunity to move the position of the curbs.
In that instance, what long-term design of Haddon Avenue do you most support? *
The proposed Bicycle Network comprises of trails and on-road designs that provide access to major destinations throughout Collingswood and Haddon Township. The graphic below shows in blue the major proposed North/South connections.
The Connect 2020 plan will make specific recommendations about key intersections with unusual designs and high importance within the road network of Collingswood and Haddon Township. Three of these intersections are shown below.
Some pedestrian and bicycle projects will require more time and money to complete, as well as a partnership with other towns, counties, and the state. The Connect 2020 Draft Plan identifies three opportunities to make big, expensive, and impactful changes.
Which “Big Idea” most catches your imagination? *