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Light Installation: Time Square Historic District; St. Croix, US Virgin Islands


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Require quality pedestrian-, bicycle-, and transit-oriented design features. Make streets safe, accessible, and inviting by adding features that encourage walking, bicycling, and transit use, such as adequate lighting, street trees, benches, building awnings, shaded transit structures, and where possible and appropriate, traffic calming features such as narrower travel lanes, curb extensions, median islands, raised crosswalks (speed tables), and roundabouts. ........Achieving Walkability in the US Virgin Islands...USVI Walkability Institute

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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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