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Kolvenbach Presentation

Pedestrian Safety and Health Along the York Road Corridor
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Lauren Heery

on 10 April 2015

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Transcript of Kolvenbach Presentation

Pedestrian Safety and Health Along the York Road Corridor
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
What's next?
If infrastructure is the cause, it can also be the solution
Complete Streets
Long term developments: YCC/ULI plans, Baltimore's Complete Streets implementation
Shorter term projects: streetscaping, pedestrian and driver awareness campaigns
Project Development
Recommendations/Interventions
High volume of pedestrians in the area, especially around 5225 York Road (200 people per hour)
People will walk whenever and wherever they want
Infrastructure and street design seem to be the primary causes of this behavior and culture
Access to independent transportation (dependence on pedestrianism and public transit) can be a marginalizing factor
Findings
Observation Study Methods
Introduction/Background
My interest in public health and service with York Road Initiative
YRP's interest in investigating issues of walkability, health, and pedestrian safety
Urban sprawl and York Road's history
Kolvenbach Summer Research Program 2014
Lauren Heery

Literature review and consultation with research mentors and community partner
Infrastructure assessments
Observation studies
Site selection
Characteristics observed
Roland Park comparison
Questions?
Lauren Heery, Loyola University Maryland '15
lmheery@loyola.edu
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