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ADVANTAGES

  • Maintains the current level of parking on Main and Center.
  • Temporary “parklets” can be located in parking stalls to facilitate outdoor dining.

CHALLENGES

  • Pedestrian space remains crowded; does nothing to improve the “walkability” of Downtown.
  • Introduction of flex lane introduces a potentially unsafe situation when vehicles cross the lane to access parallel parking.

ADVANTAGES

  • Improves “walkability” of Downtown by establishing additional space for pedestrians and opportunities for outdoor dining and other amenities.
  • Results in a protected flex lane, where vehicles are not attempting to park on the same side of the street where bicyclists are travelling.

CHALLENGES

  • Reduces available parking spaces on Main and Center.
  • Parking spaces are removed from one side of the street entirely, perhaps viewed as providing an unfair advantage to businesses with parking immediately adjacent to them.

ADVANTAGES

  • Establishes the greatest amount of pedestrian space.  Best option for improving “walkability” of Downtown.
  • Maintains parking on both sides of the street, perhaps considered to be equitable to all business owners.

CHALLENGES

  • Results in the least amount of on-street parking on Main and Center.
  • Introduction of flex lane introduces a potentially unsafe situation when vehicles cross the lane to access parallel parking.

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