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GENESEO – The Village’s streets will be closely reviewed on Thursday by the watchful eyes of the Genesee Transportation Council (GTC), the official regional metropolitan planning organization, as part of a proactive ‘Walkability Audit’ to see if accommodations for pedestrian and bicycle traffic can be improved.
Village officials say they will be listening closely to the GTC’s recommendations for walkway convenience and safety, including sidewalk accommodations, crosswalk markings and signage, and pedestrian and bicycle traffic flow through the Village. GTC will be following and taking notes on more than two dozen registered volunteer walkers.
“It’s a chance for the group to go on a guided walk and give an idea of where to focus any improvement efforts,” said Village Planning Board member David Woods. “(GTC) will be looking at crosswalks and sidewalks, and
The audit will run from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.
GTC is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization responsible for transportation policy, planning, and investment decision making in the Genesee Valley and Finger Lakes Region.
PHOTO CAPTION: File photo.