In order to improve safety for persons using all modes of transportation, the City’s Division of Engineering is implementing and improving its bicycle route system. A request has been made to have bicycle lanes placed along Mountain Terrace Street from James Road to Frayser Boulevard.

In coordination with routine street maintenance (road resurfacing and restriping), and to enhance the mobility in the corridor for both motor vehicles and bicycles, it has been requested that the street striping be reconfigured to include bicycle lanes. To accomplish this reconfiguration, on-street motor vehicle parking will be restricted on certain sections of Mountain Terrace Street. The corridor’s safety and mobility, as well as the results of an on-street parking use analysis, were considered to determine these parking modifications:

•Mountain Terrace Street (from James Rd. to Bethlehem Ave.) – restrict parking on the east side of the street.
•Mountain Terrace Street (from Bethlehem Ave. to Clearpark Dr.) – restrict parking on the east side of the street.
•Mountain Terrace Street (from Clearpark Dr. to Whitney Ave.) – restrict parking on the east side of the street.
•Mountain Terrace Street (from Whitney Ave. to Frayser Blvd.) – restrict parking on the east side of the street.

In order to improve safety for persons using all modes of transportation, the City’s Division of Engineering is implementing and improving its bicycle route system. A request has been made to have bicycle lanes placed along Mountain Terrace Street from James Road to Frayser Boulevard. <br><br>In coordination with routine street maintenance (road resurfacing and restriping), and to enhance the mobility in the corridor for both motor vehicles and bicycles, it has been requested that the street striping be reconfigured to include bicycle lanes. To accomplish this reconfiguration, on-street motor vehicle parking will be restricted on certain sections of Mountain Terrace Street. The corridor’s safety and mobility, as well as the results of an on-street parking use analysis, were considered to determine these parking modifications:<br><br>•Mountain Terrace Street (from James Rd. to Bethlehem Ave.) – restrict parking on the east side of the street.<br>•Mountain Terrace Street (from Bethlehem Ave. to Clearpark Dr.) – restrict parking on the east side of the street.<br>•Mountain Terrace Street (from Clearpark Dr. to Whitney Ave.) – restrict parking on the east side of the street.<br>•Mountain Terrace Street (from Whitney Ave. to Frayser Blvd.) – restrict parking on the east side of the street.<br>

* 1. What is your first name?

* 2. What is your last name?

* 3. What is your street address?

* 4. What is your phone number?

* 5. What is your email address?

* 6. Are you supportive of installing bicycle lanes along Mountain Terrace Street?

* 7. Are you supportive of the on-street parking modifications that are proposed?

* 8. Please provide comments or suggestions on unique circumstances that may require modifications to the proposed design.

* 9. If you could change anything about the proposed design, what would it be?

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