19th Avenue PLAT Study

With the potential for four lanes of through traffic as well as turn lanes, the cross section should incorporate pedestrian friendly intersection treatments at 19 th Avenue and 30 th Street. Pedestrian refuge islands should be incorporated at this intersection along with a raised crosswalk, RRFBs, and varied material such as brick or stone pavers. This combination will provide prominence to the pedestrian activity in the area, improving safety for what will be the most active pedestrian and bicycle crossing of 19 th Avenue. It will also help establish a sense of place for this community scale activity center.

Figure 21: A raised crosswalk with brick paver treatment in Reno, NV. Source: pedbikeimages.org/Dan Burden

Hillsborough County | 19 th Avenue PLAT Study | June 2020

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