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Walking Suitability Assessment Form for Change

This assessment and accompanying guidebook allows the user to determine the walkability of road segments by completing a worksheet to score factors including the posted speed, sidewalk continuity, sidewalk surface materials and width, buffer width and lighting. The form also helps identify missing signage, signals, and crosswalks.



OrganizationEat Smart, Move More
Resource TypeToolkit
URLwww.eatsmartmovemorenc.com/programs_tools/...
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