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Posted on: August 8, 2021

Let us know your thoughts on Safety and Mobility in the Downtown Core

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Let us know your thoughts on Safety and Mobility in the Downtown Core

The “Safety and Mobility in the Core” project is a vision for a safe, connected, and vibrant downtown core in Aspen. 

The City of Aspen has been exploring how right-of-way (ROW) space could be allocated differently to increase safety for all pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers. Whatever your mode of transportation, predictable behavior and communication with your fellow travelers are among the best ways to enhance safety; how space is used can reduce the risk of an unexpected situation and support safer traveling behaviors. 

Additionally, the staff is looking at how the ROW space use could improve mobility and connectivity, invite vitality into the public ROW, and prioritize transit and/or shared mobility options in the downtown core.

The project is currently in a conceptual phase, and City of Aspen staff are conducting a community questionnaire, including residents, commuters, businesses, and visitors, to identify and prioritize challenges and potential solutions to enhance mobility and safety. 

Visit https://www.aspencommunityvoice.com/safety-and-mobility-in-the-downtown-core through August 13, 2021.

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