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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

3000 pounds vs 100-200 pounds


As I drove home today from picking up my son, I saw a car turning left, quickly followed by a car turning right - both of which almost hit a man clearly in the crosswalk.  This occurred at Wedgewood and Hillsboro - the cars were both turning West onto Wedgewood from Hillsboro.  The pedestrian threw up his hands once followed  literally by seconds later throwing up his hands again.

This is not ok Nashville.

Pedestrians, particularly in the crosswalk, have the right-a-way.  Please be respectful.  Give them ample room.

















List of Car Curb Weights 

As you can see by this list, car weight can vary a lot, depending on the type of vehicle, the engine, and many other factors. These weights, published by Motor TrendEdmunds.com, and Automobile Magazine, are for the car only and do not include cargo, passengers, or any other items. 
Model Curb Weight 
2012 Toyota Camry 3,190 pounds
2012 Toyota Prius 3,042 pounds 
2012 Toyota Avalon 3,572 pounds 
2013 Toyota Matrix 
2,888 pounds 
2013 Chevrolet Equinox LS 3,777 pounds 
2013 Chevrolet Corvette 3,208 pounds 
2013 Chevrolet Malibu 3,393 pounds 
2012 Chrysler Town and Country 4,652 pounds 
2012 Subaru Outback 3,495 pounds 
2014 Subaru Impreza 3,208 pounds 
2013 BMW 740i Sedan 4,344 pounds 
2012 Honda Civic LX Coupe 2,617 pounds 
2012 Cadillac Escalade EXT 5,949 pounds 
2012 MINI Cooper Hatchback 2.535 pounds 
2013 Dodge Durango 4,756 pounds 
2013 Hyundai Accent 2,396 pounds 
2013 Hyundai Elantra 
2,701 pounds 
2012 Scion xB 3,084 pounds 
2012 Scion TC 3,102 pounds 
2013 Buick Regal 3,600 pounds 
2014 Buick LaCrosse 3,756 pounds 
2014 Buick Verano 
3,300 pounds 
2013 Kia Optima Hybrid 
3,496 pounds 
2014 Kia Cadenza 3,668 pounds 
2012 Lexus IS-F 3,780 pounds 
2013 Audi A6 3,682 pounds 
2014 BMW 5-Series 3,814 pounds 
2012 Nissan Cube 2,768 pounds 
2012 Nissan Maxima 3,540 pounds 
2014 Nissan Versa 
2,354 pounds 
2013 Ford Focus 2,935 pounds 
2013 Ford Taurus 4,037 pounds 
2012 Smart Fortwo 1,808 pounds 
2013 Mazda MAZDA6 3,323 pounds 
2014 Porsche Panamera 3,968 pounds

http://cars.lovetoknow.com/List_of_Car_Weights

https://www.nashvillepedestriandeathregistry.org/the-registry












Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Walking District Survey - Nashville - THANK YOU to all who participated. See Results!

Walking District Survey - Nashville - THANK YOU to all who participated.  See Results!

Walking Districts are soon to be in pilot in 3 neighborhoods.  In February, Walking Districts were approved by the Traffic and Parking Commission to be implemented in Hillsboro-West End, Cleveland Park (East Nashville) and Una (Antioch) on a pilot basis.  The speed limit, in these areas, will be lowered to 20mph on neighborhood streets and 25mph on collector street with proper signage.






In the Fall of 2016, we conducted a survey to understand walking habits in Nashville and what concerns are shared.  The results are below.  

THANK YOU to all who participated!!!


1.  What are your closest cross streets to your home?

  • Answered: 96 
  • Skipped: 4


woodmont and leland also woodmont and granny white
11/1/2016 3:47 PM 
live on Estes between Woodmont and Abbott Martin
11/1/2016 2:29 PM 
Bowling, Woodlawn, Timber, Compton, New Natchez Trace
11/1/2016 1:10 PM 
Beechwood and 15th
11/1/2016 12:28 PM 
18th Ave and Blair
11/1/2016 12:16 PM 
Wildwood and oakland
11/1/2016 12:09 PM 
Lone Oak and Belmont Park Terrace
11/1/2016 11:56 AM 
natchez trace and blair
11/1/2016 11:55 AM 
Linden Avenue and 15th Ave S
11/1/2016 11:32 AM 
Granny White Pike, Lealand Lane
11/1/2016 9:21 AM 
Rolland and Leonard
11/1/2016 8:25 AM 
23rd and Woodmont
11/1/2016 8:18 AM 
Granny white XBelvidere
11/1/2016 7:56 AM 
25th Ave. & Westwood Ave.
11/1/2016 7:49 AM 
Bowling, Elmington, Sharondale
11/1/2016 7:47 AM 
Richard Jones Rd and Hillmont
11/1/2016 7:45 AM 
Granny White and Shackleford
11/1/2016 7:43 AM 
Hillsboro/Warfield
11/1/2016 7:22 AM 
Oakland Ave and Gale Ln
11/1/2016 7:22 AM 
Oakland Avenue
11/1/2016 7:08 AM 
Woodlawn and Natchez
11/1/2016 6:57 AM 
Belmont Blvd
11/1/2016 6:50 AM 
Sterling & 23rd
11/1/2016 5:47 AM 
12th ave south and Belmont 
11/1/2016 5:16 AM 
Hood Avenue and Overhill Drive
11/1/2016 3:22 AM 
McFerrin and W Eastland Ave
11/1/2016 2:23 AM 
Woodmont Estes
11/1/2016 1:03 AM 
Montrose Ave / 10th Ave
11/1/2016 12:01 AM 
Belmont Blvd & Granny White/12th South
10/31/2016 12:38 PM 
Timber Ln and Woodlawn
10/31/2016 12:33 PM 
Sharondale
10/31/2016 12:24 PM 
Granny White and Duncanwood Drive
10/31/2016 11:19 AM 
Ashwood, 25th ave, Natchez Trace, Blair blvd, 21st avenue, 
10/31/2016 9:17 AM 
cedar belmont
10/31/2016 9:06 AM 
Stokes Lane and Benham
10/31/2016 8:11 AM 
Granny White and Lone Oak
10/31/2016 8:10 AM 
abbot martin & sugartree
10/31/2016 4:40 AM 
Woodmont Blvd/noelton ave/granny white pike
10/31/2016 4:31 AM 
6th & Main Street
10/31/2016 3:35 AM 
Whitland Avenue
10/31/2016 3:22 AM 
Hampton and 23rd
10/30/2016 6:48 AM 
Bowling and 23rd
10/30/2016 2:16 AM 
Douglas ave
10/29/2016 7:43 AM 
Mcferrin Ave / Seymour ave
10/29/2016 4:55 AM 
McGavock and Litton 
10/29/2016 4:54 AM 
15th/Boscobel
10/29/2016 4:38 AM 
McFerrin Ave. and Main St. 
10/29/2016 4:36 AM 
23rd Avenue South and Sterling
10/29/2016 4:09 AM 
Bowling & Sperry
10/28/2016 2:14 PM 
23rd Ave, Sterling
10/28/2016 3:15 AM 
Sperry Ave. & Lynnbrook
10/28/2016 3:00 AM 
Woodlawn & Medial 
10/28/2016 1:09 AM 
Woodlawn and Golf Club
10/27/2016 12:28 PM 
New Natchez, Golf Club
10/27/2016 11:29 AM 
hampton and 23rd
10/27/2016 7:02 AM 
Golf Club Lane
10/27/2016 5:38 AM 
Hampton and Bowling 
10/27/2016 4:40 AM 
New Natchez and Golf Club Ln
10/27/2016 3:38 AM 
23rd and Woodmont
10/27/2016 3:16 AM 
woodmont and bowling
10/27/2016 2:51 AM 
Woodmont & Lynnbrook
10/27/2016 1:06 AM 
Lynnbrook and Bowling
10/27/2016 12:07 AM 
hampton
10/26/2016 11:57 PM 
Bowling and 23rd Avenue
10/26/2016 10:36 PM 
Golf Club/23rd
10/26/2016 8:38 PM 
Golf club and worthan
10/26/2016 2:40 PM 
Hampton and 23rd Ave 
10/26/2016 2:21 PM 
Golf club and 23rd
10/26/2016 1:50 PM 
Hampton & Bowling & 23rd
10/26/2016 1:37 PM 
46 and Nebraska 
10/26/2016 1:28 PM 
23/bowling
10/26/2016 1:18 PM 
Woodlawn and Bowling 
10/26/2016 12:49 PM 
hillsboro pike and 22d avenue south
10/26/2016 12:35 PM 
Hampton, Sperry
10/26/2016 12:17 PM 
Hillsboro rd and bowling
10/26/2016 11:44 AM 
Golf Club Lane and Woodleigh
10/26/2016 11:43 AM 
Golf Club Lane
10/26/2016 11:28 AM 
Woodmont and 23rd
10/26/2016 11:23 AM 
Eastland and Skyview
10/26/2016 11:18 AM 
Bowling/Hampton 
10/26/2016 11:15 AM 
Timber lane/Forrest Park
10/26/2016 11:08 AM 
Bowling Ave
10/26/2016 11:01 AM 
Howard & Kennedy
10/26/2016 10:48 AM 
23rd
10/26/2016 10:47 AM 
Hillsboro Road
10/26/2016 10:46 AM 
Hampton and Bowling
10/26/2016 10:37 AM 
Hillsboro and 23rd
10/26/2016 10:27 AM 
Timber / Woodleigh
10/26/2016 10:14 AM 
Bowling and timber 
10/26/2016 10:08 AM 
Hampton and 23rd
10/26/2016 9:59 AM 
Bowling Ave and 23rd Ave
10/26/2016 9:58 AM 
Hampton/23rd and Hampton/Hillsboro Rd
10/26/2016 9:58 AM 
Bowling and hampton
10/26/2016 9:58 AM 
Abbot Martin and cross creek
10/26/2016 8:22 AM 
Downeymeade & jenry 
10/26/2016 8:22 AM 
Timber Ln and Forrest Park
10/24/2016 9:52 AM 




2. On average, how many days per week do you walk in your neighborhood?

  • Answered: 97 
  • Skipped: 3

1234567
0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%

1
8.25%
8

2
6.19%
6

3
14.43%
14

4
16.49%
16

5
19.59%
19

6
12.37%
12

7
22.68%
22
Total97

3. How many minutes do you walk, on average?

  • Answered: 96 
  • Skipped: 4

less than 2020-3030-4040-50greater than 50
0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%

less than 20
10.42%
10

20-30
30.21%
29

30-40
34.38%
33

40-50
13.54%
13

greater than 50
11.46%
11
Total96



4.  Do you ever feel unsafe when walking?  If yes, why?  If no, why?


  • Answered: 100 
  • Skipped: 0

  • no granny white and lealand are too busy to walk down because there are no sidewalks except at lipscomb
    11/1/2016 3:47 PM 
    Yes- on Estes; even crossing
    11/1/2016 2:29 PM 
    narrow shoulders, vehicles parked on street
    11/1/2016 1:10 PM 
    Yes, Not enough lights.
    11/1/2016 12:28 PM 
    No. I am overly cautious. I never trust any driver.
    11/1/2016 12:16 PM 
    Yes- crossing belmont and sidestreets off oakland, esp when dark
    11/1/2016 12:09 PM 
    Yes - cars going way too fast down the street
    11/1/2016 11:56 AM 
    no, walk on sidewalk and walk during the day but there are always risks
    11/1/2016 11:55 AM 
    yes, trying to cross street, whether at stop sign or cross walk, cars drive entirely too fast--and texting drivers!
    11/1/2016 11:32 AM 
    Yes; vehicles driving way too fast
    11/1/2016 9:21 AM 
    Yes. MBA students and other drivers fly down Rolland
    11/1/2016 8:25 AM 
    Yes, no shoulder on 23rd Ave and cars are always cutting through from Hillsboro or Sharondale. Ideally sidewalks.
    11/1/2016 8:18 AM 
    Yes....speed of traffic 
    11/1/2016 7:56 AM 
    no sidewalks and vehicles speeding and speed limits set too high!
    11/1/2016 7:54 AM 
    Yes. No sidewalks. Distracted drivers. Speeding drivers. Parked cars forcing me to walk in the traffic lanes.
    11/1/2016 7:49 AM 
    Dodging speeding cars without sidewalks
    11/1/2016 7:47 AM 
    Yes. The mall is particularly treacherous because of the design of the parking lot entrances and exits
    11/1/2016 7:45 AM 
    Yes. Distracted drivers approaching the roadway edge. 30 MPH is too fast for the neighborhood and some drivers speed anyhow. Increased cut-through traffic from Lipscomb. Lots of home-construction vehicles parked on roadsides/blocking and driving in unsafe manner. 
    11/1/2016 7:43 AM 
    Yes! Drivers on Warfield with no sidewalks (in front of shindigs, that three way intersection w/ Kimbark is a booger)
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM 
    No
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM 
    Oakland is paved and safe. Other side streets on the Sevier Side of Belmont are unpaved.
    11/1/2016 7:08 AM 
    Yes. No Sidewalk on our side of the street on Woodlawn
    11/1/2016 6:57 AM 
    Yes
    11/1/2016 6:50 AM 
    Yes. Most of the time. I will not let my teenagers walk out dog in our neighborhood. 23rd serves as a cut-through, and people go WAY too fast on the street (much faster than even the posted 30mph speed limit, which is still way too fast for this area. 
    11/1/2016 5:47 AM 
    Yes, speeding cars
    11/1/2016 5:16 AM 
    Yes. Drivers speed or do not look for pedestrians at intersections.
    11/1/2016 3:22 AM 
    Yes, crossing the busy streets
    11/1/2016 2:23 AM 
    Yes, no sidewalks
    11/1/2016 1:03 AM 
    Cars exceeding posted speed. 
    11/1/2016 12:01 AM 
    Yes, on streets with no sidewalks due to the high speed and distracted tendencies (ie. with cell phones) of drivers in our neighborhood.
    10/31/2016 12:38 PM 
    No
    10/31/2016 12:33 PM 
    Fast cars
    10/31/2016 12:24 PM 
    Yes. No sidewalks; cars drive fast down Duncanwood. Sidewalks on Granny White are much appreciated but very close to the street by Moore Middle School. 
    10/31/2016 11:19 AM 
    On 25th avenue, there is no sidewalks. I do not like taking my kids down that street 
    10/31/2016 9:17 AM 
    yes. cars ignore stop signs and cross walks. no sidewalks on a few streets. 
    10/31/2016 9:06 AM 
    Yes it is very unsafe on Stokes. I drive to a place with sidewalks to walk. 
    10/31/2016 8:11 AM 
    yes if no sidewalks
    10/31/2016 8:10 AM 
    yes, busy roads or lack of sidewalks
    10/31/2016 5:11 AM 
    yes, there are no sidewalks in my neighborhood
    10/31/2016 4:40 AM 
    Yes. Busy streets and no crosswalks, large sidewalk gaps.
    10/31/2016 4:31 AM 
    yes; because some of the sidewalks are in a state of disrepair, and i sometimes worry i might turn an ankle
    10/31/2016 3:35 AM 
    Yes. Crossing Bowling. No crosswalk. High speed and volume.
    10/31/2016 3:22 AM 
    Yes speed of autos too great 
    10/30/2016 6:48 AM 
    High speed traffic

    Yes, no sidewalks and people speed
    10/29/2016 7:43 AM 
    Yes: no sidewalks, aggressive/drunk drivers, busy intersections with no all-way stops or lights.
    10/29/2016 4:55 AM 
    Yes, no sidewalks and cars driving too fast 
    10/29/2016 4:54 AM 
    Yes - lack of sidewalks, blind corners.
    10/29/2016 4:38 AM 
    No
    10/29/2016 4:36 AM 
    Yes...fast cars
    10/29/2016 4:09 AM 
    Yes, it's hard to get across Bowling
    10/28/2016 2:14 PM 
    Sometimes. When cars are driving too fast.
    10/28/2016 3:15 AM 
    No - streets are pretty quiet traffic-wise
    10/28/2016 3:00 AM 
    yes, speed of traffic on woodlawn drive 
    10/28/2016 1:09 AM 
    Yes- on Woodlawn due to cars passing at faster rate and decreases visibility over small hill. Also, speeding cars using our road, New Natchez Trace, as a cut through
    10/27/2016 12:28 PM 
    I feel very unsafe driving due to walkers persisting in the middle of the street with oncoming traffic. I do not walk
    10/27/2016 11:29 AM 
    yes, close call with cars on some patches of 23rd
    10/27/2016 7:02 AM 
    Yes! Every time I walk on Golf Club Lane I feel unsafe. As we all know, Golf Club is a major "cut through thoroughfare" between Hillsboro and Harding Rd/West End. On a given walk, maybe 2 or 3 times per week, a driver will slow down if they see me and I always wave and say "thank you". I wish we could have a speed trap on Golf Club; I could definitely suggest the best place for the police to be (e.g. intersection of GC and New Natchez Trace or Woodleigh or bottom of "hill" at GC and 22nd Ave)
    10/27/2016 5:38 AM 
    Cars going too fast down street I am usually walking w kids strollers bike and dogs
    10/27/2016 4:40 AM 
    Yes, due to dark places with no or unworking street lights 
    10/27/2016 3:38 AM 
    I don't walk on my street, no sidewalks, lots of traffic and big trucks
    10/27/2016 3:16 AM 
    Yes. People text and drive too fast. 
    10/27/2016 2:51 AM 
    Yes, people driving too fast, cannot stop if necessary
    10/27/2016 1:06 AM 
    Yes. The streets aren't wide enough for pedestrians and vehicles.
    10/27/2016 12:07 AM 
    no
    10/26/2016 11:57 PM 
    Yes, traffic on Bowling moves very quickly and there isn't a sidewalk and shoulder is very limited. 
    10/26/2016 10:36 PM 
    Yes/Fast traffic
    10/26/2016 8:38 PM 
    Yes. Bowling is not safe for walking. Likewise, as traffic increases, mire cars are cutting through golf club and Hampton. 
    10/26/2016 2:40 PM 
    Yes- especially on 23rd and on Bowling Ave. Cars drive fast and the only place to walk is the street 
    10/26/2016 2:21 PM 
    Yes, traffic.
    only on Bowling
    10/26/2016 1:37 PM 
    Rarely 

    No love seeing our police cruisers!
    10/26/2016 1:18 PM 
    Yes lots of break in in our neighborhood
    10/26/2016 12:49 PM 
    Yes - Golf Club Lane is too busy and too narrow. Same for 23d Avenue South
    10/26/2016 12:35 PM 
    Yes Bowling Ave. has too much traffic going too fast and no sidewalks
    10/26/2016 12:22 PM 
    Yes. Cars speeding. Usually cutting through Lynnbrook
    10/26/2016 12:17 PM 
    Cars can't see me yes
    10/26/2016 11:44 AM 
    Yes. Cars Speeding and not moving over. 
    10/26/2016 11:43 AM 
    YES
    10/26/2016 11:28 AM 
    Yes, Woodmont has no sidewalks and people drive too fast.
    10/26/2016 11:23 AM 
    yes, cars go too fast

    No, lots of people and cars out 
    Traffic on golf club - yes
    10/26/2016 11:08 AM 
    Yes. Cars driving by and no sidewalks
    10/26/2016 11:01 AM View respondent's answers
    Always. Speeding cars. Drivers texting or not watching road
    10/26/2016 10:48 AM 
    no
    10/26/2016 10:47 AM 
    Sometimes when cars are speeding past
    10/26/2016 10:46 AM 
    Yes. We have no sidewalks and there is not enough room for walker and cars in both direction simultaneously
    10/26/2016 10:37 AM 
    Yes, fast traffic and distracted drivers.
    10/26/2016 10:29 AM 
    No
    10/26/2016 10:27 AM 
    never
    10/26/2016 10:14 AM 
    Yes. Constantly. People use Golf Club Lane as a cut-through. Without speed limit postings, speed bumps, etc, people will continue to speed and drive recklessly down Golf Club. 
    10/26/2016 10:08 AM 
    No but I've actually had a few close calls driving at night in neighborhood and walkers are not wearing anything reflective!,
    10/26/2016 9:59 AM 
    Yes-speed of caars
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM 
    Yes. No sidewalks. Speeding cars. 
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM 
    No
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM 
    Yes. There are no side walks. Every time I go to get my mail I feel unsafe 
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM 
    Yes, no sidewalks
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM 
    Yes, mostly during rush hour. The cut-through traffic does not slow for walkers and there are no sidewalks. The trees make for very dappled light making it hard to see (it is also why people LOVE to walk here!) walkers.
    10/24/2016 9:52 AM 

    5. Have you had any 'close calls' with drivers?  If yes, can you describe?

    • Answered: 88 
    • Skipped: 12
    I frequent stop when and stop off the edge towards ditches to allow oncoming traffic to pass
    11/1/2016 3:47 PM 
    Not yet, just a matter of time 
    11/1/2016 2:29 PM 
    Yes, on 12th south there isn't even lighting for drivers to see pedestrians.
    11/1/2016 12:28 PM 
    None recently
    11/1/2016 12:16 PM 
    Yes- drivers on belmont using bike/parking lane to go around cars trying to turn left
    11/1/2016 12:09 PM 
    Yes. Car came off the road, and over three yards before landing in neighbor's yard where kids were playing. Another time, Car turned off of Shackleford Road, accellerated quickly and nearly hit a group of 6 of us walking single file. 
    11/1/2016 11:56 AM 
    no
    11/1/2016 11:55 AM 
    YES! trying to cross--cars fly down 15th Ave S from Belmont University, and rarely come to a full and complete stop at Linden--and Linden the cars go waay faster than 15 mph!!!!!!!
    11/1/2016 11:32 AM 
    somewhat; drivers exceeding posted speed limit and I have to scoot out of the way
    11/1/2016 9:21 AM 
    Yeah, no shoulder so tough to walk to get to Hampton or golf club.
    11/1/2016 8:18 AM
    Yes. Almost hit by car last week while crossing IN A PEDESTRIAN Crosswalk on GW. 
    11/1/2016 7:56 AM 
    yes, several times. Drivers on cell phones which is diverting their attention
    11/1/2016 7:54 AM 
    Yes. Not yielding when in a crosswalk. Drivers talking or texting and not paying attention. Drivers pulling into the crossing area while I am crossing. Drivers not fully stopping at intersections or running lights.
    11/1/2016 7:49 AM 
    yes. speeding cars and no sidewalks
    11/1/2016 7:47 AM 
    Yes. I was walking on Hillsboro in front of the mall, and a car pulled out from the "channeled" exit from Macy's and didn't look for pedestrians to the right--only to the left at traffic
    11/1/2016 7:45 AM 
    I was walking on the edge of the street and a car from a home construction site on our street (Belvidere Drive) was speeding and went airborne over a hill - it was a close call. I had to jump into the grass.
    11/1/2016 7:43 AM 
    Yes, up on Warfield near Lone Oak
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM 
    No

    no
    11/1/2016 7:08 AM 
    Yes. 
    11/1/2016 6:57 AM 
    Yes, speeding by too close
    11/1/2016 6:50 AM 
    Yes. I have had many close calls on 23td, between Sterling and Golf Club. There is a big hill between the 2 streets, and drivers coming up the hill (toward Golf a Club) take it WAY too fast. Drivers can't see pedestrians coming from Golf Club, and pedestrians can't see drivers coming from Sterling. I have also had a number of close calls with drivers coming down (and up) the big hill on Sterling (bottom at Sterling and Wortham
    11/1/2016 5:47 AM 
    Yes, almost hit walking dog two times
    11/1/2016 5:16 AM 
    No.
    11/1/2016 3:22 AM 
    Yes, drivers fast approaching and not having enough time to get off of the road and on to the grass.
    11/1/2016 1:03 AM 
    Cars passing on the right when stopped on 10th Ave to turn left
    11/1/2016 12:01 AM 
    Yes, many times! When drivers do not stop at stop signs, speed, swerve to the shoulder of the road when driving, and don't pay attention due to texting or phone calls while driving their vehicle.
    10/31/2016 12:38 PM 
    No
    10/31/2016 12:33 PM 
    Many people keep an eye out b/c we are a walking neighborhood, but I walk my dogs and have had drivers slow down way too close to us.
    10/31/2016 11:19 AM 
    Yes, the intersection of 25th and Ashwood is constantly an issue. Many people are confused about the presence/absence of a stop sign. Almost daily, I see confused drivers at that intersection. Also, drivers cut through our neighborhood (Ashwood, Susnset, Linden) quite frequently with high speed. There are lots of children around and it is unsafe in my opinion. 
    10/31/2016 9:17 AM 
    car not stopping at stop sign 
    10/31/2016 9:06 AM 
    Yes
    10/31/2016 8:11 AM 
    not yet
    10/31/2016 8:10 AM 
    yes, intersections
    10/31/2016 5:11 AM 
    frequentl near collisions with cars who speed and don't pay attention
    10/31/2016 4:40 AM 
    Crossing granny white with a stroller, cars speeding
    10/31/2016 4:31 AM 
    no
    10/31/2016 3:35 AM 
    Not walking, but on my bike. Drivers violating 3 ft law and recently, my own misreading of a traffic light, where I began crossing while traffic was turning left (Charlotte and 51st).
    10/31/2016 3:22 AM
    not yet!!
    10/30/2016 6:48 AM 
    Usually when two cars are passing, also when someone is cutting a corner at an intersection without fulling stopping at stop sign
    10/30/2016 2:16 AM 
    Almost getting hit while in a crosswalk happens about 3 times a month
    10/29/2016 7:43 AM 
    Yes: aggressive drivers enter intersections while i have the right of way.
    10/29/2016 4:55 AM 
    Yes
    10/29/2016 4:54 AM 
    Yes. People blowing through stop signs
    10/29/2016 4:38 AM 
    Yes, often. Usually when running though. Drivers often don't check for pedestrians when they pull out/turn. 
    10/29/2016 4:36 AM 
    Yes...drivers not slowing or moving to center of road
    10/29/2016 4:09 AM 
    No
    10/28/2016 2:14 PM 
    No
    10/28/2016 3:15 AM 
    No
    10/28/2016 3:00 AM 
    I have had many close calls due to walkers being invisible due to the sun and refusing to move an inch out of the way.
    10/27/2016 11:29 AM 
    Yes, because I have a dog on a lead. See above.
    10/27/2016 7:02 AM 
    If you mean, have I had to jump out of the way of an oncoming car? No. However there have been cars that do not bother to move over to opposite side of street and come within 2-3 feet from me - while they're on the phone! That's what makes me the most upset! These people appear so cavalier and discourteous - it appears that they can't be bothered with moving over for a pedestrian! As you can tell by now, I get really upset when that happens! The few times I have yelled and told people to "slow down", half the time I've been flipped off.
    10/27/2016 5:38 AM 
    yes; my dog was almost hit by speeders and I have almost been hit at night 
    10/27/2016 3:38 AM 
    I was walking in the bike lane, and truck came way too close. Need sidewalk
    10/27/2016 3:16 AM 
    Most of the part cars avoid me but when two cars coming from opposite directions play an almost "chicken like" game. Who's going to yield first?
    10/27/2016 12:07 AM 
    no
    10/26/2016 11:57 PM 
    No
    10/26/2016 8:38 PM 
    Have had several occasions when two cars are passing each other in opposite directions leaving little room for me. I've had to step off into the brush or grass. 
    10/26/2016 2:40 PM 
    Yes- several cars have not slowed down and not moved over. They are too close and had I gotten hit it would have been fatal. 
    10/26/2016 2:21 PM 
    Often. Texting while driving.
    10/26/2016 1:50 PM 
    only on Bowling 
    10/26/2016 1:37 PM 
    Yes - distracted drivers
    10/26/2016 1:28 PM 
    Mostly trucks flying by or cut throughs
    10/26/2016 1:18 PM 
    Yes. On Golf Club Lane where cars drive very fast 
    10/26/2016 12:49 PM 
    not yet, thankfully, but they go fast and get close.
    No but we walk when traffic is lighter and only cross Bowling. We never walk on Bowling
    10/26/2016 12:22 PM 
    Yes. A car speeding around a corner too quickly getting too close to me.
    10/26/2016 12:17 PM 
    Yes. If they are texting will they move overyes
    10/26/2016 11:44 AM 
    Yes
    10/26/2016 11:43 AM 
    Drivers do not move over. They expect you to get off the street into a yard or ditch.
    10/26/2016 11:28 AM 
    I'm scared checking my mail
    10/26/2016 11:23 AM 
    yes, someone driving well over the speed limit- no sidewalk
    10/26/2016 11:18 AM 
    No, most everyone gets over
    10/26/2016 11:15 AM 
    No
    10/26/2016 11:08 AM 
    Yes
    10/26/2016 11:01 AM 
    Yes. Speeding at night almost hit me & my dog. I west a reflective vest.
    10/26/2016 10:48 AM 
    no
    10/26/2016 10:47 AM 
    yes, had to jump off the road
    10/26/2016 10:46 AM 
    Yes. Cars refuse to move across center markers even if no oncoming cars in site. I am sure if I held out a 3 foot pole ( rule for cyclists) I would hit many cars that are just to close.
    10/26/2016 10:37 AM 
    Yes--passing too fast, too close. Common occurrence.
    10/26/2016 10:29 AM 
    No
    10/26/2016 10:27 AM 
    no

    Yes. Several have had to swerve to miss me walking. 
    10/26/2016 10:08 AM 
    Not really. 
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM 
    No
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM 
    Yes, I frequently get buzzed by speeding cars 

    No
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM 
    Yes, it can be hard to see walkers - I have had a few close calls where a driver had to swerve abruptly to avoid hitting me. It is very scary & it ruins the experience of walking!
    10/24/2016 9:52 AM 

    6. When do you typically walk?

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    Early MorningMorningAfternoonEveningNight
    0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%

    Early Morning
    15.63%
    15

    Morning
    27.08%
    26

    Afternoon
    28.13%
    27

    Evening
    26.04%
    25

    Night
    3.13%
    3
    Total96

    7. If you walk in the dark, do you feel the need to wear reflective clothing or carry a light due to safety concerns?  If so, what do you require to feel safe?

    • Answered: 78 
    • Skipped: 22
    yes both to be seen and to see
    11/1/2016 3:47 PM View respondent's answers
    Possibly. I try to be especially cautious at night. 
    11/1/2016 12:16 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes- reflective clothing and flashing led light
    11/1/2016 12:09 PM View respondent's answers
    I do not walk in the dark due to safety concerns.
    11/1/2016 11:56 AM View respondent's answers
    I would never walk in the dark for obvious safety reasons, robbery, assault etc
    11/1/2016 11:55 AM View respondent's answers
    walk fast and stay on busier streets.
    11/1/2016 11:32 AM View respondent's answers
    I probably should wear reflective clothing
    11/1/2016 9:21 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes. 
    11/1/2016 8:25 AM View respondent's answers
    Flashing light 
    11/1/2016 8:18 AM View respondent's answers
    Absolutely! Light/white clothing. Flashlight after dark. 
    11/1/2016 7:56 AM View respondent's answers
    I avoid walking at night, but try to wear light clothing and by hyper-vigilant about approaching cars.
    11/1/2016 7:49 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    11/1/2016 7:47 AM View respondent's answers
    No. I try to wear something light. But I rely on street lights to illuminate me. 
    11/1/2016 7:45 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes - a reflective vest
    11/1/2016 7:43 AM View respondent's answers
    I run in the dark, early morning and some evenings. Wear reflective gear and sometimes fear it is not enough. There need to be blinking lights at pedestrian crosswalks that are not at lights (like Graybar on Belmont, some of the belmont crosswalks, etc) Drivers do not pay attention to the white stripes. Need to at least have reflectivity and even better, blinking lights. 
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes. Reflective clothing.
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    11/1/2016 7:08 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    11/1/2016 6:57 AM View respondent's answers
    Light colored clothing
    11/1/2016 6:50 AM View respondent's answers
    I try very hard not to walk at night. I do not feel like it is safe, given how fast drivers drive around here. If I had to walk, I would feel like I needed a reflective vest
    11/1/2016 5:47 AM View respondent's answers
    I carry a light and have reflective leash on dog
    11/1/2016 5:16 AM View respondent's answers
    We are extra cautious if we walk in the dark. We do not go onto certain streets with blind curves or nonexistent shoulders.
    11/1/2016 3:22 AM View respondent's answers
    no
    11/1/2016 2:23 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes, reflective clothing
    11/1/2016 1:03 AM View respondent's answers
    Occasionally - I usually walk on sidewalk
    11/1/2016 12:01 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes, to be noticeable to drivers and cyclists in the neighborhood, we wear light colored clothing and carry a flashlight.
    10/31/2016 12:38 PM View respondent's answers
    Carry flashlight if needed
    10/31/2016 12:33 PM View respondent's answers
    When I walk at night, I have a light on my keychain and one on both dogs. It's not too much worse than it is during the day though. 
    10/31/2016 11:19 AM View respondent's answers
    No. The streets are well lit
    10/31/2016 9:17 AM View respondent's answers
    yes i wear light clothes or wear a flashing light. i feel this is my tesponsibility
    10/31/2016 9:06 AM View respondent's answers
    don't walk after dark
    10/31/2016 8:10 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    10/31/2016 5:11 AM View respondent's answers
    yes, i allways wear a blinking light and reflective vest when i walk my dog
    10/31/2016 4:40 AM View respondent's answers
    yes; because so many drivers are distracted with things other than driving
    10/31/2016 3:35 AM View respondent's answers
    When I walk at night I'm generally on the sidewalks of my neighborhood.
    10/31/2016 3:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes A white jacket
    10/30/2016 6:48 AM View respondent's answers
    n/a
    10/30/2016 2:16 AM View respondent's answers
    No, because i have learned to be ultra careful. Probly i should, but I'm not going to wear neon walking to dinner.
    10/29/2016 4:55 AM View respondent's answers
    On side streets yes
    10/29/2016 4:38 AM View respondent's answers
    No
    10/29/2016 4:36 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes...reflective clothing and light
    10/29/2016 4:09 AM View respondent's answers
    Reflective Vest
    10/28/2016 2:14 PM View respondent's answers
    Sometimes. Yes (reflective clothing)
    10/28/2016 3:15 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes- I use a flashlight
    10/27/2016 12:28 PM View respondent's answers
    without reflectors, walkers are invisible and endanger their lives
    10/27/2016 11:29 AM View respondent's answers
    yes, bright colors and take flashlight
    10/27/2016 7:02 AM View respondent's answers
    Absolutely. I wear a reflective vest and carry a flashlight.
    10/27/2016 5:38 AM View respondent's answers
    bright flashlight 
    10/27/2016 3:38 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes. It's just always smart.
    10/27/2016 2:51 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes, some kind of blinking light gear
    10/27/2016 1:06 AM View respondent's answers
    no
    10/26/2016 11:57 PM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    10/26/2016 8:38 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes. Reflective clothing is a must. 
    10/26/2016 2:40 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 2:21 PM View respondent's answers
    Absolutely. Good practice anyway. 
    10/26/2016 1:50 PM View respondent's answers
    everyone should wear light colors and reflective clothing when waking at dusk or in the dark - This is just common sense
    10/26/2016 1:37 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 1:28 PM View respondent's answers
    No just flashlight clothes have reflective 
    10/26/2016 1:18 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 12:49 PM View respondent's answers
    I won't walk in the dark on these streets.
    10/26/2016 12:35 PM View respondent's answers
    Never walk after dark
    10/26/2016 12:22 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes- worried about cars
    10/26/2016 12:17 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes. Take Flashlight and reflective vest
    10/26/2016 11:44 AM View respondent's answers
    don't walk at night
    10/26/2016 11:23 AM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    10/26/2016 11:08 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes. Wear reflective vest .dog has reflective leash. Need more street lights
    10/26/2016 10:48 AM View respondent's answers
    yes, so the cars can see us
    10/26/2016 10:47 AM View respondent's answers
    ALWAYS, but many do not. In defense of cars, it is extremely hard to see these peds
    10/26/2016 10:37 AM View respondent's answers
    No
    10/26/2016 10:27 AM View respondent's answers
    never feel unsafe
    10/26/2016 10:14 AM View respondent's answers
    I try not to walk at night. Just too unsafe on Golf club. 
    10/26/2016 10:08 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 9:59 AM View respondent's answers
    Night/evening walkers should have on reflective gear of lights on them
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Light and reflective gear
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Reflective vest
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes. I wear lights and a reflection belt. I would feel safe if there were sidewalks
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM View respondent's answers
    N/a
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes - I carry a flashlight or a blinking light that I attach to my dog's leash. The lighting is not set up for pedestrians.
    10/24/2016 9:52 AM 

    8.  If you have young children, do you feel comfortable letting them walk in the neighborhood?  If yes, why?  If no, why?

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    no way would I allow them to walk to school because no sidewalks.
    11/1/2016 3:47 PM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    11/1/2016 12:16 PM View respondent's answers
    Not without my hand held for every alley and cross street
    11/1/2016 12:09 PM View respondent's answers
    I let them do it occasionally - on sidewalks to the park, but do not feel comfortable. 
    11/1/2016 11:56 AM View respondent's answers
    no, child abduction, sexual predators
    11/1/2016 11:55 AM View respondent's answers
    not without careful supervision--speeders and distracted drivers abound on Linden Ave and on 15th Ave S.
    11/1/2016 11:32 AM View respondent's answers
    NA; however, if I did I would not feel comfortable
    11/1/2016 9:21 AM View respondent's answers
    No. 
    11/1/2016 8:25 AM View respondent's answers
    No. no sidewalks.
    11/1/2016 8:18 AM View respondent's answers
    N/a
    11/1/2016 7:56 AM View respondent's answers
    no, speeding vehicles
    11/1/2016 7:54 AM View respondent's answers
    no young children
    11/1/2016 7:49 AM View respondent's answers
    yes to a degree, we live ina gated community
    11/1/2016 7:47 AM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    11/1/2016 7:45 AM View respondent's answers
    Absolutely not. No sidewalks. Lots of distracted drivers. Lipscomb cut-through traffic speeding on our street. In-fill home building has increased street parking which decreases visibility and road width for cars to pass.
    11/1/2016 7:43 AM View respondent's answers
    n/a
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM View respondent's answers
    n/a
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    11/1/2016 7:08 AM View respondent's answers
    No
    11/1/2016 6:57 AM View respondent's answers
    No. Drivers going too fast and not paying attention. There are MANY families with very young children across from us, on 23rd, and next to and across from us on Sterling. 
    11/1/2016 5:47 AM View respondent's answers
    N/a
    11/1/2016 5:16 AM View respondent's answers
    We have a young child. He is a little too young to walk unattended. We have started to let him walk with us holding onto his hand. 
    11/1/2016 3:22 AM View respondent's answers
    n/a
    11/1/2016 2:23 AM View respondent's answers
    No. No sidewalks
    11/1/2016 1:03 AM View respondent's answers
    No children
    11/1/2016 12:01 AM View respondent's answers
    No, not on streets with no sidewalks (there are many, including ours - Clayton Ave). Feel safer when they are walking on sidewalks.
    10/31/2016 12:38 PM View respondent's answers
    NA
    10/31/2016 12:33 PM View respondent's answers
    NA
    10/31/2016 11:19 AM View respondent's answers
    I have young children, and I do not feel safe for them to walk or ride their bicycles on our street (Ashwood) or in the neghiborhood. I would love to have a solution like we see on Fairfax that slows traffic near the school or something similar. 
    10/31/2016 9:17 AM View respondent's answers
    not applic
    10/31/2016 9:06 AM View respondent's answers
    no children
    10/31/2016 8:10 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    10/31/2016 5:11 AM View respondent's answers
    if i am with them yes, but not alone
    10/31/2016 4:40 AM View respondent's answers
    No. nearest streets are extremely busy and no sidewalk
    10/31/2016 4:31 AM View respondent's answers
    n/a
    10/31/2016 3:35 AM View respondent's answers
    Grandchildren: don't yet let the 12 year old bike by himself, though others do.
    10/31/2016 3:22 AM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    10/30/2016 6:48 AM View respondent's answers
    n/a
    10/30/2016 2:16 AM View respondent's answers
    No, cars go too fast
    10/29/2016 7:43 AM View respondent's answers
    No kids.
    10/29/2016 4:55 AM View respondent's answers
    no
    10/29/2016 4:38 AM View respondent's answers
    n/a
    10/29/2016 4:09 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes, as long as they don't go toward Bowling
    10/28/2016 2:14 PM View respondent's answers
    Not yet - we have toddler
    10/28/2016 3:00 AM View respondent's answers
    absolutely not, speed of traffic
    10/28/2016 1:09 AM View respondent's answers
    Not without our supervision. Always looking out for cars especially on Golf Club
    10/27/2016 12:28 PM View respondent's answers
    No, business traffic speeding through
    10/27/2016 11:29 AM View respondent's answers
    no children any more
    10/27/2016 7:02 AM View respondent's answers
    Do not have young children but definitely would not allow a young child to walk by themselves in this neighborhood.
    10/27/2016 5:38 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes but I am always with them and we move on to the grass when a car is passing 
    10/27/2016 4:40 AM View respondent's answers
    n/a
    10/27/2016 3:38 AM View respondent's answers
    NO
    10/27/2016 3:16 AM View respondent's answers
    No. Even though bike lane, not enough space if driver were to swerve.
    10/27/2016 2:51 AM View respondent's answers
    No, too many cars speeding to cut through neighborhood
    10/27/2016 1:06 AM View respondent's answers
    No. Cars and their drivers don't discriminate.
    10/27/2016 12:07 AM View respondent's answers
    na
    10/26/2016 11:57 PM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    10/26/2016 8:38 PM View respondent's answers
    No. GCL is too busy in the after school hours. I walk or bike with her. 
    10/26/2016 2:40 PM View respondent's answers
    No. Cars cut through and drive too fast. 
    10/26/2016 2:21 PM View respondent's answers
    Not really. Bad drivers.
    10/26/2016 1:50 PM View respondent's answers
    n/a - my children are all teenagers
    10/26/2016 1:37 PM View respondent's answers
    NA
    10/26/2016 1:28 PM View respondent's answers
    Not without adult supervision
    10/26/2016 12:49 PM View respondent's answers
    No young kids 
    10/26/2016 12:35 PM View respondent's answers
    No. Speeders on Hampton escaping Woodmont congestion. Hampton has become dangerous for our young grandchildren
    10/26/2016 12:22 PM View respondent's answers
    Not really. I'm worried about speeding no cars that are cutting through the neighborhood.
    10/26/2016 12:17 PM View respondent's answers
    Only w parent 
    10/26/2016 11:44 AM View respondent's answers
    NO, No sidewalks, Woodmont, super dangerous
    10/26/2016 11:23 AM View respondent's answers
    No, too much traffic on Hampton
    10/26/2016 11:15 AM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    10/26/2016 11:08 AM View respondent's answers
    N\a
    10/26/2016 10:48 AM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    10/26/2016 10:37 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes - they know to be careful - evenings rush hour I'm a little more nervous cars go faster
    10/26/2016 10:27 AM View respondent's answers
    No. I have teenagers and still can't confidently allow them to even bike our street. 
    10/26/2016 10:08 AM View respondent's answers
    No
    10/26/2016 9:59 AM View respondent's answers
    Not far. Traffic is unpredictable. And I'm uneasy about the number of burglaries, work crews, etc. 
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    No
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM View respondent's answers
    N/A
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM View respondent's answers
    No, drivers are not respectful enough of walkers and they drive too fast! Even our side streets are marked 30 mph which seems way too fast without sidewalks!
    10/24/2016 9:52 AM 


    9.  Would you support having our neighborhood transformed into a Walking District (signage, reduction in speed limit to 20mph, and pedestrian decals for the road) on select roads?

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    don't think 20mph would be honored without enforcement. People hardly honor a school zone and that is limited hours with patrol people.
    11/1/2016 3:47 PM View respondent's answers
    yes,yes,yes,yes
    11/1/2016 2:29 PM View respondent's answers
    yes
    11/1/2016 1:10 PM View respondent's answers
    yes
    11/1/2016 12:28 PM View respondent's answers
    Sure
    11/1/2016 12:16 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes!
    11/1/2016 12:09 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes, yes, yes, and yes. That is my biggest complaint about this neighborhood.
    11/1/2016 11:56 AM View respondent's answers
    no, traffic is slow enough due to bike lanes and removal of traffic lanes along Natchez Trace which has slowed traffic to a dead stop especially during the hours of 4-6 pm and 7-9am.
    11/1/2016 11:55 AM View respondent's answers
    YES YES YES YES YES!
    11/1/2016 11:32 AM View respondent's answers
    YES!!!
    11/1/2016 9:21 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    11/1/2016 8:25 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes.
    11/1/2016 8:18 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    11/1/2016 7:56 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    11/1/2016 7:54 AM View respondent's answers
    YES!
    11/1/2016 7:49 AM View respondent's answers
    yes, but we need sidewalks as well
    11/1/2016 7:47 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    11/1/2016 7:45 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes! Belvidere Drive.
    11/1/2016 7:43 AM View respondent's answers
    Heck yes
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM View respondent's answers
    No. No need. It's pretty safe as it is.
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM View respondent's answers
    YES
    11/1/2016 7:08 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    11/1/2016 6:57 AM View respondent's answers
    NO - 20 mph is TOO SLOW and will not reduce speed. Lowering Belmont Blvd from 35 mph to 30 mph has not reduced the speed of traffic overall on the street.
    11/1/2016 6:50 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes, but some type of enforcement would need to go with it. Just changing a speed limit won't automatically change people's behaviors. 
    11/1/2016 5:47 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    11/1/2016 5:16 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes.
    11/1/2016 3:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes, but I think just doing signage and decals wouldn't have a very big impact if the street layout was also adapted
    11/1/2016 2:23 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    11/1/2016 1:03 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    11/1/2016 12:01 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes, absolutely. This is a great idea!!
    10/31/2016 12:38 PM View respondent's answers
    No
    10/31/2016 12:33 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/31/2016 12:24 PM View respondent's answers
    YES
    10/31/2016 11:19 AM View respondent's answers
    100%. Yes.
    10/31/2016 9:17 AM View respondent's answers
    dont have enough info to comment
    10/31/2016 9:06 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes 
    10/31/2016 8:11 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    10/31/2016 8:10 AM View respondent's answers
    yes 
    10/31/2016 5:11 AM View respondent's answers
    i don't think this will work, i'd focus on widening the roads and putting in shoulders and sidewalks. that would keep things safer, cars don't follow the speed limits anyone. this seems like a way to cheap out of building sidewalks and as a tax payer I don' t appreciate it. you roll over to developers to increase the density of our neighborhoods and then don't follow through with them in terms of building sidewalks
    10/31/2016 4:40 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes but sidewalks highly preferred
    10/31/2016 4:31 AM View respondent's answers
    yes!
    10/31/2016 3:35 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes. Absolutely.
    10/31/2016 3:22 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    10/30/2016 6:48 AM View respondent's answers
    I think speed limit at 30 mph is fine if people would obey it
    10/30/2016 2:16 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes!
    10/29/2016 7:43 AM View respondent's answers
    Our neighborhood? Any hood should be safe for pedestrians.
    10/29/2016 4:55 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/29/2016 4:54 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/29/2016 4:38 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/29/2016 4:36 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes!!!
    10/29/2016 4:09 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/28/2016 2:14 PM View respondent's answers
    Signage and speed limit would not be as effective as speed humps. Why not start there?
    10/28/2016 3:15 AM View respondent's answers
    yes 
    10/28/2016 1:09 AM View respondent's answers
    YES! I think this is a wonderful idea and we would fully support this.
    10/27/2016 12:28 PM View respondent's answers
    No.
    10/27/2016 11:29 AM View respondent's answers
    YES
    10/27/2016 7:02 AM View respondent's answers
    Absolutely.
    10/27/2016 5:38 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes but am against signage on the road as it will change the look of the neighborhood. And would not want signage placed in my yard 
    10/27/2016 4:40 AM View respondent's answers
    No
    10/27/2016 3:38 AM View respondent's answers
    absoluetly
    10/27/2016 3:16 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes!
    10/27/2016 2:51 AM View respondent's answers
    YES
    10/27/2016 1:06 AM View respondent's answers
    Sure. But why not first try speed bumps? That would be an immediate slowing of cars. Not the bumps like under the white bridge overpass at publix and Katy's Hallmark. The larger portable like one on sharondale across hillsboro pike.
    10/27/2016 12:07 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    10/26/2016 11:57 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes, but I don't think that is possible in my neighborhood. 
    10/26/2016 10:36 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 8:38 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 2:40 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes 
    10/26/2016 2:21 PM View respondent's answers
    YES!!
    10/26/2016 1:50 PM View respondent's answers
    no - I don't support this on the side streets. I feel that sidewalks on Bowling, Woodmont, and Woodlawn are essential, though. 
    10/26/2016 1:37 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 1:28 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 1:18 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes definitely 
    10/26/2016 12:49 PM View respondent's answers
    yup
    10/26/2016 12:35 PM View respondent's answers
    23rd,Hampton,Golf Club,Lynnbrook,Timber
    10/26/2016 12:22 PM View respondent's answers
    Yes!
    10/26/2016 12:17 PM View respondent's answers
    Yesgolf
    10/26/2016 11:44 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 11:43 AM View respondent's answers
    YES
    10/26/2016 11:28 AM View respondent's answers
    YES!
    10/26/2016 11:23 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    10/26/2016 11:18 AM View respondent's answers
    Undecideds 
    10/26/2016 11:15 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 11:08 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 11:01 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes. Speed has been reduced to 25 but not new paint or striping.
    10/26/2016 10:48 AM View respondent's answers
    no
    10/26/2016 10:47 AM View respondent's answers
    yes
    10/26/2016 10:46 AM View respondent's answers
    It would not make any difference. Cars in Nashville just drive way to fast
    10/26/2016 10:37 AM View respondent's answers
    yes!!!!!!!
    10/26/2016 10:29 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 10:27 AM View respondent's answers
    No
    10/26/2016 10:14 AM View respondent's answers
    YES. NOW PLEASE! 
    10/26/2016 10:08 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 9:59 AM View respondent's answers
    YES!!! I have suggested this for over 25 years
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes. Definitely. 
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    No. 
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes, BUT I want a trial to see if this really works. To me the better way is to not cheap out and actually fund sidewalks
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Yes
    10/24/2016 9:52 AM 

    10.  Which roads would you like to see transformed into a Walking District? Why?

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    I don't think 20mph will work. Traffic is bad enough at present speed limits. People might avoid the walking district slow speeds and push to other streets clogging those even more.
    11/1/2016 3:47 PM View respondent's answers
    Connection to Woodmont Park and to sidewalks on Abbott Martin
    11/1/2016 2:29 PM View respondent's answers
    New Natchez, Golf Club, Compton, Timber
    11/1/2016 1:10 PM View respondent's answers
    not sure
    11/1/2016 12:16 PM View respondent's answers
    Belmont, oakland, sweetbriar/beechwood/cedar. Already equipped with sidewalks but need more visibility for the walkers were attempting to use the spaces
    11/1/2016 12:09 PM View respondent's answers
    Lone Oak; Glendale, Belmont Prk Terrace - they all lead to the park and there are other good alternatives - Granny White, which has great sidewalks, Harding and Hillsboro - all better suited to cars.
    11/1/2016 11:56 AM View respondent's answers
    none
    11/1/2016 11:55 AM View respondent's answers
    12 South, Linden Avenue, Belmont Blvd
    11/1/2016 11:32 AM View respondent's answers
    Woodvale Dr., Belvidere Dr., Rockdale Dr. These are side streets which are narrow, some of them have blind hills and sharp curves; quite a few people walk, bike, and push strollers on these streets.
    11/1/2016 9:21 AM View respondent's answers
    Rolland. Leonard. 
    11/1/2016 8:25 AM View respondent's answers
    23rd, Hampton and Golf Club
    11/1/2016 8:18 AM View respondent's answers
    All crossing Granny White and surrounding area. 
    11/1/2016 7:56 AM View respondent's answers
    Bowling Ave frm West End to Woodlawn
    11/1/2016 7:54 AM View respondent's answers
    the cut-through streets - for instance, Woodlawn, Natchez, Westwood, Ashwood & 24th Avenue
    11/1/2016 7:49 AM View respondent's answers
    Every street in Green Hills! It's a very walkable neighborhood if people would get out of their cars!
    11/1/2016 7:45 AM View respondent's answers
    Belvidere Drive, Woodvale Drive, Rockdale, Maplehurst, Glenwood. The residential streets around Lipscomb University. There are always people walking in the neighborhood - this would make it safer. 
    11/1/2016 7:43 AM View respondent's answers
    Warfield- to connect the belmont/gh areas. there are sidewals on shackleford and then there are significant missing sidewalks on warfield, so many people use it as a cut through both on foot and in cars, and the combo is super dangerous. 
    11/1/2016 7:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Ferguson, Clayton, and any unpaved side streets off either side of Belmont Blvd 
    11/1/2016 7:08 AM View respondent's answers
    Woodlawn
    11/1/2016 6:57 AM View respondent's answers
    None in our area.
    11/1/2016 6:50 AM View respondent's answers
    23rd Ave; Sterling Rd; Golf Club; Oxford
    11/1/2016 5:47 AM View respondent's answers
    All side streets between 12th and Belmont 
    11/1/2016 5:16 AM View respondent's answers
    Overhill. This street is not designed to support higher speeds. 
    11/1/2016 3:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Estes, Woodmont, Bowling- because of the parks 
    11/1/2016 1:03 AM View respondent's answers
    Roads that intersect 12th Ave in the business district (Kirkwood to Elmwood) from 10th to Belmont
    11/1/2016 12:01 AM View respondent's answers
    Clayton Ave, Ferguson Ave, parts of Kirkwood Ave and Granny White - due to the narrow roadway on each, no sidewalks, and cars that park on either side; particularly Clayton Ave, which many drive at > 30-40 mph viewing it as a 'cut through' street to get from Belmont Blvd to Sevier Park/Granny White (and vice versa). Our neighbor's dog was killed by a reckless, speeding driver. We are afraid people and their pets are in danger everyday due to the poor driving choices of many in our community.
    10/31/2016 12:38 PM View respondent's answers
    Golf Club Lane & Hampton Ave
    10/31/2016 12:33 PM View respondent's answers
    Sharondale and elmington
    10/31/2016 12:24 PM View respondent's answers
    Duncanwood/Brookmeade and Granny White between Lipscomb University and Green Hills Park. I don't know what constitutes a walking district. I would love sidewalks and/or speed bumps on Duncanwood. 
    10/31/2016 11:19 AM View respondent's answers
    Ashwood, linden, sunset, westwood, 25th south of Blair. 
    10/31/2016 9:17 AM View respondent's answers
    All streets leading to or on bus routes; all streets near library and schools. 
    10/31/2016 8:11 AM View respondent's answers
    local neighborhoods
    10/31/2016 5:11 AM View respondent's answers
    Granny white pike south of battlefield; Lots of families and lipscomb students have to risk life to walk to where sidewalk begins at battlefield lane
    10/31/2016 4:31 AM View respondent's answers
    Woodland Street, Russell Street
    10/31/2016 3:35 AM View respondent's answers
    Whitland neighborhood to include Carden, Leanard, and Cantrel and S. Wilson, with Bowling slowed to 25 or so. That is a start. I could add others such as Rolland, Brighton, Richardson, Byron, Gillepsie. 
    10/31/2016 3:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Hampton and other neighborhood streets
    10/30/2016 6:48 AM View respondent's answers
    Bowling Ave needs sidewalks
    10/30/2016 2:16 AM View respondent's answers
    At least around 5 points to start. Then the Cleveland park neighborhood
    10/29/2016 7:43 AM View respondent's answers
    McFerrin/greenwood: businesses attract hundreds of visitors, traffic and pedestrian volume should be better organized and accommodated.
    10/29/2016 4:55 AM View respondent's answers
    McGavock and Riverside
    10/29/2016 4:54 AM View respondent's answers
    Roads running between Fatherland and Shelby. There is a lot of new development here and lacking consistent sidewalks. A walking district would allow for safer travels between major streets (Shelby/Fatherland). 
    10/29/2016 4:38 AM View respondent's answers
    I'm open to where, but I think around Five Points would be beneficial since it is a high foot-traffic area. 
    10/29/2016 4:36 AM View respondent's answers
    All roads bounded by 23rd Avenue South, Sharondale, Woodlawn, Bowling, Hampton
    10/29/2016 4:09 AM View respondent's answers
    Bowling - the others are relatively quiet
    10/28/2016 2:14 PM View respondent's answers
    Golf Club, Hampton, 23rd
    10/28/2016 3:15 AM View respondent's answers
    woodlawn drive 
    10/28/2016 1:09 AM View respondent's answers
    New Natchez Trace, Sterling, Medial, Golf Club Ln, 23rd Ave, Hampton, Woodlawn starting at Sharondale and ending at Bowling
    10/27/2016 12:28 PM View respondent's answers
    not roads. need sidewalks.
    10/27/2016 11:29 AM View respondent's answers
    23rd from Woodmont on up to Sharondale
    10/27/2016 7:02 AM View respondent's answers
    Golf Club, 23rd Ave, 22nd Ave and Hampton. Fell those streets are the most popular cut through streets.
    10/27/2016 5:38 AM View respondent's answers
    none 
    10/27/2016 3:38 AM View respondent's answers
    Woodmont should definitely have sidewalks
    10/27/2016 3:16 AM View respondent's answers
    Bowling, Woodmont, Hampton, Golf Club, Sperry
    10/27/2016 2:51 AM View respondent's answers
    HAMPTON< GOLF CLUB< LYNNBROOK<TIMBER AND WOODLEIGH
    10/27/2016 1:06 AM View respondent's answers
    Bowling! You take your life into your hands trying to cross it from side streets.
    10/27/2016 12:07 AM View respondent's answers
    hampton
    10/26/2016 11:57 PM View respondent's answers
    Golf Club Ln/Not amenable to sidewalks, but eminently walkable
    10/26/2016 8:38 PM View respondent's answers
    GCL, Hampton and surrounding side streets
    10/26/2016 2:40 PM View respondent's answers
    Hampton, bowling, golf club, sherry, sterling, 23rd...or any street nearby that people logically walk. 
    10/26/2016 2:21 PM View respondent's answers
    Golf club. Hampton. Related.
    10/26/2016 1:50 PM View respondent's answers
    Hampton. 23. 22. Etc 
    10/26/2016 1:18 PM View respondent's answers
    Woodlawn Dr, Bowling and Golf Club Ln
    10/26/2016 12:49 PM View respondent's answers
    Bowling, Golf Club, Hampton 
    10/26/2016 12:35 PM View respondent's answers
    See above
    10/26/2016 12:22 PM View respondent's answers
    Lynnbrook Rd, Bowling Rd. Those are the ones people cut through.
    10/26/2016 12:17 PM View respondent's answers
    Golf club and Hampton. So I can walk safely
    10/26/2016 11:44 AM View respondent's answers
    All
    10/26/2016 11:43 AM View respondent's answers
    Golf Club Lane, Woodleigh, 23rd Ave, Hampton Ave
    10/26/2016 11:28 AM View respondent's answers
    Hampton, because my neighbor lets me cut through our yards so I can walk
    10/26/2016 11:23 AM View respondent's answers
    Skyview, Waters, Tillman
    10/26/2016 11:18 AM View respondent's answers
    Golf club, Timber Lane, Hampton
    10/26/2016 11:08 AM View respondent's answers
    Woodmont Blvd. Bowling Ave
    10/26/2016 11:01 AM View respondent's answers
    Howard McChesney Kennedy. Neighborhood with dogs & babies in strollrts
    10/26/2016 10:48 AM View respondent's answers
    Golf Club and Hampton/23rd
    10/26/2016 10:46 AM View respondent's answers
    All of Golf Club, Hampton, Sterling, New Natchez Trace--all of it. Pedestrians > cars.
    10/26/2016 10:29 AM View respondent's answers
    23
    10/26/2016 10:27 AM View respondent's answers
    Never Golf Club....perhaps Bowling ...flawed survey 
    10/26/2016 10:14 AM View respondent's answers
    Golf club and Hampton. 
    10/26/2016 10:08 AM View respondent's answers
    23rd and Golf Club for sure
    10/26/2016 9:59 AM View respondent's answers
    Hampton, Bowling, 23rd and Golf Club
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Hampton and Golf Club mainly because it's easily walkable and it would hopefully curtail cut through traffic. 
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Hillsboro road
    10/26/2016 9:58 AM View respondent's answers
    Downeymeade, Jenry, Danyacrest; lot of walkers
    10/26/2016 8:22 AM View respondent's answers
    Golf Club, Timber, Woodleigh, Forrest Park, 23rd
    10/24/2016 9:52 AM 

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