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Extending the medians

At almost all of the intersections in our neighborhood, the median ends well short of the crosswalk. Extending the median and adding a "thumbnail" median in the intersection keeps cars out of the crosswalk and turns a median into a pedestrian refuge.

DPT recently extended the median at 30th and Dolores. In this case, the thumbnail is in the crosswalk, rather than outside, and there is no landscaping.

Pros

  • Inexpensive
  • Slows traffic (in our neighborhood especially, corners are so rounded that cars can currently make very fast turns)

Cons

  • Without landscaping, the medians are unattractive

Draft Plan

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Cesar Chavez

28th Street

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Dolores

Randall

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Pedestrian Bulbouts

Temporary Pedestrian Bulbouts

Wider sidewalks or wider Median

Trees in the Street

Trees

Extending the Median

Parking Meters

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PPS

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