A One-Stop Guide to Designing the Streets of the Future A recently published report by the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) includes insights from dozens of officials and practitioners across North America.
Curb extensions may be applied at midblock to slow traffic speeds and add public space. When utilized as a traffic calming treatment, mid-block curb extensions are referred to as "pinchpoints" or "chokers".
Midblock crosswalk designs explained and illustrated in the NACTO Urban Street Design Guide. Click image for details & visit our popular Streets for Everyone board >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/streets-for-everyone/