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Check Out Our Community Collaboration Projects...
The N.A.R.T.P.C. staff is dedicated to partnering with schools and community groups within the region to help promote the importance of community involvement in regional planning!
GIS Sidewalk/School District Map- developed by EAST students at Nettleton High School to identify the need for the installation of continuous sidewalks throughout the local school districts as a means to increase students’ safety in those areas
Community Solutions Video- developed by EAST students at Valley View Junior High School to identify roadway problems and solutions within the area
Strava Project Video- developed by EAST students at Valley View Junior High School to help increase community awareness of how their activity data contributes to the transportation planning process
Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP)!
A Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP) Innovation Study was conducted in the region to identify countermeasures that address pedestrian and bicyclist safety issues that exist along Highway 141 (North Church Street) between Allen Avenue and Alpine Street as well as the intersection of Highway 91 (E. Johnson Avenue) and State Street. Find more information about the study locations below!
Highway 141/N. Church St
In December 2019, consultants for the study were able to recommendations to help improve pedestrian safety along Highway 141/N. Church Street (specifically, the corridor between Allen Ave and Alpine St). The proposed recommendations are based on data received from crash reports, traffic speed/volume, pedestrian activity, and visual observations of existing infrastructure. Please click here to view the full study report for this location.
Highway 91/Johnson Ave
As part of the study, a temporary pedestrian crossing was installed at the intersection of Highway 91 and State Street. Consultants studied motorist and pedestrian behavior and interaction with regard to the temporary crossing from October 2019 to June 2020. Please click here to view the full study report for this location. To access the public comment report, click the image below.