Improve Sidewalk Network

The following list is meant to make this goal more actionable and SMART.  This list may not be complete.

5.1 Prioritize Plan Implementation:  We must prioritize our limited resources to improve our pedestrian network.  Projects may be prioritized to high pedestrian use corridors, corridors with demonstrated pedestrian safety concerns, to maximize transportation equity, or to link disconnected pedestrian infrastructure.  Our Master Pedestrian Plan will only be as useful as it is used.

5.2 Construct Three Miles of Sidewalks per Year from Master Ped Plan:  Between 2020-2025, construct an average of three miles of sidewalk per year from the prioritized project list in the Master Pedestrian Plan, in addition to whatever sidewalk projects are done on-demand or in the context other, larger projects (e.g. 12th Street Jump Start).[18]

5.3 Repair Two Miles of Sidewalks per Year from Master Ped Plan: Between 2020-2025, repair an average of two miles of sidewalk per year from the prioritized project list in the Master Pedestrian Plan, in addition to whatever projects are done on-demand or in the context of other projects.