“PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION is an online think-tank intersecting awareness of public transportation policy in the United States.”-Terence Morris
We will begin our intersection crosswalk awareness presentation and study for the next 6 months. With the cooperation of local businesses, organizations, and pedestrian safety advocates, we will continue to update our listener’s with the latest online resources about urban and suburban adaptations and public safety awareness efforts locally. We will be designing specificity surveys as they relate to the perceptions of those participants willing to volunteer advice.
Our study is based on core measurement criteria and core behavior data obtained from surveys. The survey participants are travelling to and from work and live in the areas between 31st & S. Harvard to 41st & S. Yale in Tulsa, Oklahoma during the summer months of 2017.
Working with City officials, planners, engineers, local business owners we will be gaining more insight into the needs and viewpoints of pedestrians in our community.
This study will be measuring high-impact travel, crime, lighting, ATS systems, cross walk culpability and simple implementations structurally and much… much… more.
PACE TULSA AGS Foundation is concerned with pedestrian awareness crosswalk education for over 4 years. This expertise will in-turn be a valuable online resource to capture information about the feelings of the residents in this part of town. Improvements in this area has made a dramatic impact in the mind of people whom travel to this part of town and to the business people who work in this area. Hopefully, 31st & Harvard and 41st & Yale known as Ranch Acres will continue towards the path of growth it has achieved because of these structural improvements to our streets, sidewalks, roads and sanitation systems.
Some of our topics will include Safety Perceptions while travelling at night, skate boarding and cycling, general engineering designs, widening crosswalk lines and the reflective signs, traffic accidents and fatalities and crime.
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