Complete Streets Option

Complete Streets Option

Reduction in Vehicle Speeds

Reduction in Vehicle Collisions by 40%

Reduction in Injury Collisions by 76%

Shorter Pedestrian/School Crossings

Buffered Bike Lanes

12' Driving Lanes

More Concentrated Traffic (ADT < single lane capacity)

No Additional Right of Way & Easement Requirements Likely

Cost to City of Lawrence = $3.97M

Budget Allows for Extension of Bicycle/Pedestrian Facilities North of 6th Street to Peterson Road

Budget May Allow for Repair or Replacement of Kasold Drive from 22nd to 23rd Street

Lane Reconfiguration, from 5 to 3 lanes along Kasold from 14th Street to 8th Street

Roundabout at Intersection of Harvard and Kasold

In Accordance with City's 2012 Complete Streets Policy

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Typical Street Option

Typical Street Option

No Reduction in Vehicle Speeds

No Anticipated Reduction in Vehicle collisions

Longer Pedestrian/School Crossings

Non-Buffered Bike Lanes

11' Driving Lanes

Less Concentrated Traffic (ADT < single lane capacity)

Additional Right of Way & Easement Requirements Probable

Cost to City of Lawrence = $5.13M

Budget Does Not Allow for Extension of Bicycle/Pedestrian Facilities North of 6th Street to Peterson Road

Budget Does Not Allow for Repair or Replacement of Kasold Drive from 22nd to 23rd Street

Maintaining the 5 Lane Section along Kasold

Traffic Signal at Intersection of Harvard and Kasold

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