ST. PETERSBURG, Fla — The City of St. Petersburg is soliciting opinions from a village per a subsequent proviso of a ongoing Complete Streets project.
An online survey seeks submit that could potentially impact changes to a widen of 18th Avenue South between 16th and 34th Streets. The consult asks participants how they use that sold trade mezzanine and how they would like to see several travel modes softened and done safer. The consult will sojourn online and open until Monday, Aug. 10.
According to a city’s website, a Complete Streets project’s aim is to “create improved travel environments for people of all ages and earthy and mercantile abilities to safely and absolutely pierce around a city.” St. Pete adopted a process in Nov 2015. Its several intensity improvements embody bike lanes, crosswalks featuring distinguished lighting, some-more permitted and traffic-friendly train stops and “road dieting”—a process of reallocating alley space for means of trade other than engine vehicles that mostly includes timorous roads to singular lanes for cars and reduce speed limits.
Among a many manifest finished formula of St. Pete’s Complete Streets beginning to date is a widen of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Street North between 30th Avenue North and 5th Avenue North, where one automobile line was sacrificed for bike trade and train stops, and countless rarely manifest crosswalks were added.