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Newark, DE Local Projects

April 30 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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https://conversionfanatics.com/healthandwellness cheap generic viagra mail order pharmacy Join MASITE and the University of Delaware ITE Student Chapter for short presentations on two local projects, Delaware Avenue Separated Bikeway and the Cleveland Avenue Task Force, followed by a social at Deer Park Tavern.

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Delaware Avenue Separated Bikeway began as a study to determine the feasibility of a two-way cycle track along Delaware Avenue. The study area includes six signalized intersections, numerous commercial entrances and a major midblock pedestrian crossing. Multiple bicycle lane configurations including locations of the facility within the roadway, buffer spaces, and one-way versus two-way layouts were considered. As a method to test user comfort of the bikeway, a mock installation of the facility was setup along a portion of Delaware Avenue for the public to test and give input. Now in final design, the project includes geometric design, ADA improvements, traffic modeling (including bicycle traffic), and innovative signal as well as signing and striping design elements. Since elements of the signal design, which includes the implementation of a bike signal with a flashing yellow permissive phase are not MUTCD compliant, experimentation approval from FHWA was obtained.


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The Cleveland Avenue Task Force consisted of diverse stakeholders with conflicting interests. One and a half years of traffic studies, constructive public involvement, and Newark City Council approvals resulted in an impressive tally of multi-modal safety upgrades – prohibition of on-street parking paving the way for bike lanes; pedestrian scramble serving over 1,500 college students during class changes; new “diversion route” signal; downsizing a 5-leg intersection to an 8-phase signal by converting a local street to one-way; new right-turn overlap phasing; road diet with two-way left-turn lane and bike lanes; and mid-block crosswalks with refuge islands and RRFBs.


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April 30
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm