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Title:Fort Totten Walkability Assessment
Authors:Kshitij Sharma
Publication Date:Apr 2020
TRID #:01848098
Keywords:evaluation and assessment, pedestrian areas, pedestrian safety, sidewalks, walkability
Type:Research Report



A community is considered walkable if it is easy as well as safe for pedestrians to walk for recreation, exercise, and to school, stores, parks, post office, etc. Additionally, a walkable community encourages safe use of existing infrastructure while expanding transportation options for users with varied ranges of mobility. This report documents a walkability assessment of the Spirit Lake Nation as completed by Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute (UGPTI). The goal of this assessment is to bring all stakeholders together to identify the problems facing the community of Fort Totten when it comes to walking in the area.

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