Yes on HLA logo

Icon of person pushing stroller
Pedestrian Enhanced Network

Pedestrian Streets
560 Miles PlannedUnknown Complete

Pedestrian-Enhanced Districts (PEDs) include streets where pedestrian improvements are prioritized to provide safe and enjoyable walking connections to and from major destinations within communities. PEDs are selected based on safety, public health, equity, access, social, and/or economic benefits. Examples of pedestrian enhancements include wayfinding signage, street trees, pedestrian-scale street lighting, enhanced crosswalks, automatic pedestrian signals, reduced crossing length (e.g., corner bulbouts and crossing refuge islands), sidewalk widening, and public seating areas.