Pedestrian Safety Concerns

KSAL StaffJanuary 14, 2019

The City of Salina recently surveyed residents, commuters and interested persons on what should be the priority of other possible actions that can be taken to slow traffic down on N. 9th Street and make it safer for pedestrians.

Among other things, those who responded believe the speed limit shroud be 35 miles per hour and cross walks with flashing lights should be added to the area. They do not believe, though, the street should be narrowed, even in the area of the crosswalks.

Results of the eight question survey that was completed by 1,016 individuals is available online.

For further information regarding this survey or to provide feedback on N. 9th St., please call the City of Salina Public Works Department at (785) 309-5725.

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