Agenda

December 15, 2017 Link

List of 2018 Agendas Link

List of  2019 Agendas Link

2020

January 29, 2020 Link

February 21, 2020 Link

March 27, 2020 Link

April 28, 2020 Link

May 27, 2020 Link

June 30, 2020 (rescheduled from June 16 & 23, 2020)  Link

 

Reference Materials

What is a Walk Audit?

  •   “Principals for Walkability.docx

  •    Island teams Workspace Link

  •   Mark Fenton’s Recovery Guiding Principles document, titled “Recovry.Guidng.Princpls.docx

  •   St. Croix USVI Resilience Workshop RECAP

  •   Trailnet in St. Louis Plan4Health (Examples of Pop-Up Demonstrations) Link

  •   USVI Walkability Institute Media library (photos, video, etc. ) Link​

  •   U.S. Virgin Islands Office of Highway Safety: Highway Traffic Report 2016 Link

  •   Walkability video: "Healthy People, Healthy Places"; Austin, Texas Link
  •   Current and Potential Walkability projects in the US Virgin Islands Link
 
 
Examples of Uses for Implementation Funds

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Hilo, Hawaii
From Hilo Hawaii, where they created a median "island" with paint and a "yield pedestrian in crosswalk" sign
Portland, Oregon
From Portland, OR, where they created a smaller version of a temporary island, using a hay bale and cones
Wolcott, VT
From Wolcott, VT, where they used planters and curb stops to make a defined walkway along a very open parking lot
Queens, NY
From Queens, NY, where they created a low-cost curb extension with paint and vertical delineators
Livingston, MT
From Livingston, MT, where they created a temporary curb extension
Livingston, MT
From Livingston, MT, where they created a temporary curb extension with paint and cones
Livingston, MT
From Livingston, MT, where they created a temporary mini-roundabout near the farmers market
New Haven, CT
From New Haven, CT, where they created a temporary bike lane
Whitefish, MT
From Whitefish, MT, where they created a temporary protected bike lane
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 Examples of a Pop - Up demonstration

Below are photos of the materials from the Western Transportation Institutes pop-up trailer. The materials can be used to create curb extensions, crosswalks, mini-circles, chicanes, sections of protected bike lane.

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The USVI Walkability Institute is made possible through a partnership with TEPHINET, a program of The Task Force for Global Health (TFGH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the USVI Department of Health (USVIDOH). Its contents are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of The Task Force for Global Health, Inc., TEPHINET, or the CDC.

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