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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
Hilo, Hawaii

From Hilo Hawaii, where they created a median "island" with paint and a "yield pedestrian in crosswalk" sign

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Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon

From Portland, OR, where they created a smaller version of a temporary island, using a hay bale and cones

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Wolcott, VT
Wolcott, VT

From Wolcott, VT, where they used planters and curb stops to make a defined walkway along a very open parking lot

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Queens, NY
Queens, NY

From Queens, NY, where they created a low-cost curb extension with paint and vertical delineators

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Livingston, MT
Livingston, MT

From Livingston, MT, where they created a temporary curb extension

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Livingston, MT
Livingston, MT

From Livingston, MT, where they created a temporary curb extension with paint and cones

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Livingston, MT
Livingston, MT

From Livingston, MT, where they created a temporary mini-roundabout near the farmers market

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New Haven, CT
New Haven, CT

From New Haven, CT, where they created a temporary bike lane

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Whitefish, MT
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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