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Designing Sidewalks and Trails for Access

Part II of II: Best Practices Design Guide

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Sidewalk Assessment Process Forms

Stroll Sheet

Stroll Sheet

Intersection Checklist

Name of primary street:
Name of cross street:
Total number of lanes on primary street:  
Total distance across primary street (measure with rolatape):  
Total number of lanes on cross street:  
Total distance across street (measure with rolatape):  
Are there any left turn only lanes? yes---no
Are there any right turn only lanes? yes---no
Is a right turn on red permitted? yes---no
Is there a right turn island? yes---no
Is parking permitted on the primary street? yes---no
Is parking permitted on the cross street? yes---no
How many corners have curb extensions (bulbouts)?  
Is there a median? yes---no
If so, is it designed as a pedestrian refuge? yes---no
Is it identifiable to people with vision impairments? yes---no
Is it accessible to people with mobility impairments? yes---no
Does the intersection have four way stop signs? yes---no
Does the intersection have two way stop signs? yes---no
Is the intersection signalized? yes---no
Is there a pedestrian actuated control signal? yes---no
Location of control:  
Information emitted: audible vibrotactile infrared  
Is there a high contrast between the button and post color? yes---no
Is there a tactile arrow indicating the street crossing direction? yes---no
Height of control:  
Dimension of pedestrian button?  
Is 5 lbs of force or less required to operate the signal? yes---no
Is the crosswalk marked? yes---no
If so, what are the conditions of the markings?  
Duration of WALK interval:  
Comments:


 

Curb Ramp Element Analysis Form

Curb Ramp Element Analysis Form

Driveway Crossing Element Analysis Form

Driveway Crossing Element Analysis Form

Cut-Through Median Element Analysis Form

Cut-Through Median Element Analysis Form

Ramped Median Element Analysis Form

Ramped Median Element Analysis Form
Updated: 02/10/2014
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