Survey seeks opinions of Philly’s pedestrians

    If you’ve ever so much as crossed a street in Philadelphia, you know there’s room for pedestrian improvement.

    So to get a sense of where and what bugs pedestrians, the Clean Air Council established Feet First Philly to advocate for a more pedestrian-friendly city. But improvements can’t be made until the public weighs in. That’s where the survey comes in.

    What intersection is hardest to cross, where are the crosswalk signals too short, when has construction or some other obstacle prevented you from safely navigating the sidewalks? The answers will help Feet First Philly get a grasp on just needs the most improvement .

    The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete, asks participants for their zip codes and provides room to list specific areas of concern.

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