Memorandum in Support for Pedestrian Walkways

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 5, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES


Scope

This memorandum hereby favors support in providing walkways and or sidewalks along with associated protective railings to aid pedestrians who are subject to walking along interstates and roadways that are heavily occupied by vehicles.

Problem

Towns, cities or villages have businesses that are located off of interstate routes, bridges and roadways. These towns, villages and cities have workers without cars or adequate public transportation to bring workers to and from their place of work. This also includes students and patients if schools and other medical facilities are located off of interstate ways that provide inadequate trasnsportation to these places. Such towns, cities and villages fail to realize the risk of life that they place upon those who are subject to travel in these areas that result from dangerous walking and crossing to get from one end of the interstate to the other and the disregard for patients who must walk to get care from a healthcare provider. The alternate means of transportation by using a cab or to depend on someone else may begin to become very expensive for people who may no have much money to begin with.

If public transportation is unwilling to provide access to these areas by bus or shuttle, then it should be up to the town, city or village municipality to provide walkways or sidewalks and railings and remove road hindrance such as overgrown, grass, trees and weeds, and provide street or interstate lighting to create a safe walking enviornment without vehiche interference as to have walkway zoned for pedestrians only.

There must also be the installation of pedestrian traffic signal alerts so that anyone walking across a street of intersection on an interstate will be able to signal a traffic light so that moving vehicle traffic is halted to allow the pedestrian to cross safely since cars will be signaled to stop.

Conclusion

When public transportation fails to meet the obligation of passenger travel. It should be the responsibility of the municipality of each town that permits business office buildings, medical offices, clinics, nursing homes, ect. to provide an acceptable means of pedestrian travel to and from these places along interstates and roadways safely and efficiently.

Dated: September 5, 2010                      Attest: A. Sadiq                      
                                                                       On Behalf of Pieces


Tags: 311 north street 
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Memorandum in Support for Pedestrian Walkways

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 5, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES


Scope

This memorandum hereby favors support in providing walkways and or sidewalks along with associated protective railings to aid pedestrians who are subject to walking along interstates and roadways that are heavily occupied by vehicles.

Problem

Towns, cities or villages have businesses that are located off of interstate routes, bridges and roadways. These towns, villages and cities have workers without cars or adequate public transportation to bring workers to and from their place of work. This also includes students and patients if schools and other medical facilities are located off of interstate ways that provide inadequate trasnsportation to these places. Such towns, cities and villages fail to realize the risk of life that they place upon those who are subject to travel in these areas that result from dangerous walking and crossing to get from one end of the interstate to the other and the disregard for patients who must walk to get care from a healthcare provider. The alternate means of transportation by using a cab or to depend on someone else may begin to become very expensive for people who may no have much money to begin with.

If public transportation is unwilling to provide access to these areas by bus or shuttle, then it should be up to the town, city or village municipality to provide walkways or sidewalks and railings and remove road hindrance such as overgrown, grass, trees and weeds, and provide street or interstate lighting to create a safe walking enviornment without vehiche interference as to have walkway zoned for pedestrians only.

There must also be the installation of pedestrian traffic signal alerts so that anyone walking across a street of intersection on an interstate will be able to signal a traffic light so that moving vehicle traffic is halted to allow the pedestrian to cross safely since cars will be signaled to stop.

Conclusion

When public transportation fails to meet the obligation of passenger travel. It should be the responsibility of the municipality of each town that permits business office buildings, medical offices, clinics, nursing homes, ect. to provide an acceptable means of pedestrian travel to and from these places along interstates and roadways safely and efficiently.

Dated: September 5, 2010                      Attest: A. Sadiq                      
                                                                       On Behalf of Pieces


Tags: 311 north street 
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Memorandum in Support for Pedestrian Walkways

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 5, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES


Scope

This memorandum hereby favors support in providing walkways and or sidewalks along with associated protective railings to aid pedestrians who are subject to walking along interstates and roadways that are heavily occupied by vehicles.

Problem

Towns, cities or villages have businesses that are located off of interstate routes, bridges and roadways. These towns, villages and cities have workers without cars or adequate public transportation to bring workers to and from their place of work. This also includes students and patients if schools and other medical facilities are located off of interstate ways that provide inadequate trasnsportation to these places. Such towns, cities and villages fail to realize the risk of life that they place upon those who are subject to travel in these areas that result from dangerous walking and crossing to get from one end of the interstate to the other and the disregard for patients who must walk to get care from a healthcare provider. The alternate means of transportation by using a cab or to depend on someone else may begin to become very expensive for people who may no have much money to begin with.

If public transportation is unwilling to provide access to these areas by bus or shuttle, then it should be up to the town, city or village municipality to provide walkways or sidewalks and railings and remove road hindrance such as overgrown, grass, trees and weeds, and provide street or interstate lighting to create a safe walking enviornment without vehiche interference as to have walkway zoned for pedestrians only.

There must also be the installation of pedestrian traffic signal alerts so that anyone walking across a street of intersection on an interstate will be able to signal a traffic light so that moving vehicle traffic is halted to allow the pedestrian to cross safely since cars will be signaled to stop.

Conclusion

When public transportation fails to meet the obligation of passenger travel. It should be the responsibility of the municipality of each town that permits business office buildings, medical offices, clinics, nursing homes, ect. to provide an acceptable means of pedestrian travel to and from these places along interstates and roadways safely and efficiently.

Dated: September 5, 2010                      Attest: A. Sadiq                      
                                                                       On Behalf of Pieces


Tags: 311 north street 
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Memorandum in Support for Pedestrian Walkways

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 5, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES


Scope

This memorandum hereby favors support in providing walkways and or sidewalks along with associated protective railings to aid pedestrians who are subject to walking along interstates and roadways that are heavily occupied by vehicles.

Problem

Towns, cities or villages have businesses that are located off of interstate routes, bridges and roadways. These towns, villages and cities have workers without cars or adequate public transportation to bring workers to and from their place of work. This also includes students and patients if schools and other medical facilities are located off of interstate ways that provide inadequate trasnsportation to these places. Such towns, cities and villages fail to realize the risk of life that they place upon those who are subject to travel in these areas that result from dangerous walking and crossing to get from one end of the interstate to the other and the disregard for patients who must walk to get care from a healthcare provider. The alternate means of transportation by using a cab or to depend on someone else may begin to become very expensive for people who may no have much money to begin with.

If public transportation is unwilling to provide access to these areas by bus or shuttle, then it should be up to the town, city or village municipality to provide walkways or sidewalks and railings and remove road hindrance such as overgrown, grass, trees and weeds, and provide street or interstate lighting to create a safe walking enviornment without vehiche interference as to have walkway zoned for pedestrians only.

There must also be the installation of pedestrian traffic signal alerts so that anyone walking across a street of intersection on an interstate will be able to signal a traffic light so that moving vehicle traffic is halted to allow the pedestrian to cross safely since cars will be signaled to stop.

Conclusion

When public transportation fails to meet the obligation of passenger travel. It should be the responsibility of the municipality of each town that permits business office buildings, medical offices, clinics, nursing homes, ect. to provide an acceptable means of pedestrian travel to and from these places along interstates and roadways safely and efficiently.

Dated: September 5, 2010                      Attest: A. Sadiq                      
                                                                       On Behalf of Pieces


Tags: 311 north street 
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