Area neighborhoods including Dunbar/Spring got proactive in the mid-2000s to identify where we needed better bicycle/pedestrian infrastructure, then proposed options. A lot of this has since come to fruition thanks to these efforts.
Invite your friends and family to a fun-filled event to showcase our neighborhood to the greater Tucson community! More information on our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/dunbarspringneighborhood and on the event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/283371565388531/
(Recommended reading section - pages 20-23) From October 2013 through May 2014, Living Streets Alliance conducted a Neighborhood Walkability Assessment Program in five neighborhoods. The Program was informed by participant feedback and lessons learned from the pilot phase of the program (February to April 2013). Through the Neighborhood Walkability Assessments, LSA engaged residents in thinking…
Support for the “Pedestrian Safety and Comfort Bond Proposal".
These are photos of a print, so forgive the quality.
Requesting a "road diet" on Main Ave.
May 3, 2014 Honorable Mayor Rothschild and City Council 255 W Alameda StTucson, AZ 85701 Re: Pedestrian Crossing at old Main Ave and St Mary’sDear Mayor Rothschild and Council,It is critically important to the Dunbar/Spring Neighborhood (D/S) to have good walking and biking connections in and out of our neighborhood. These connections are especially important on the south end of our neighborhood…