Pawling Pedestrian Plan

Transportation Council
Eoin Wrafter, Commissioner

 

Pedestrian infrastructure plays a critical role in building healthy, vibrant communities. To support communities in their efforts to become more walkable, we assist local municipalities with pedestrian plans.

The Pawling Pedestrian Plan is the sixth DCTC-supported pedestrian study completed in recent years, building on previous studies in Rhinebeck, Hyde Park, Pine Plains, Arlington, and Millerton. These studies can be found on our Publications page.

Representatives from a Village-designated volunteer Task Force are working with us to guide the study. The project includes three main components: 1) An inventory of existing pedestrian infrastructure; 2) Recommendations to improve pedestrian access and safety; and 3) Design concepts for several focus areas.

The inventory of existing conditions was completed in summer 2018. In fall 2018 we presented the inventory and preliminary improvement concepts to the Village community, seeking input from the public on ideas and priorities. We are currently working with the Task Force and other stakeholders to develop and refine recommendations. Completion of the Plan is expected in mid-2019.

Project Materials will be posted here as they are completed.

Project Flyer - Nov. 28, 2018 Open House
Nov. 28, 2018 - Open House Presentation

Inventory Maps

1- Study Area
2- Population Density
3- Traffic Volume
4- Sidewalk Conditions
5- Sidewalk Issues
6- Curb Ramps
7- Marked Crosswalks & Pedestrian Signals
8- Streetscape Amenities
9- Parking Lots & Commercial Driveways
10- Pedestrian & Bicycle Counts
 

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