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What’s your vision for the future of Hailey’s downtown MainStreet corridor?
On December 9-11, 2015 The City of Hailey and Mountain Rides hosted a visioning workshop with grant money received from the Sonoran Institutes New Mobility West initiative that brought "Project for Public Spaces" consultants here to ask our community just that. After 3 days of interviews with the public,stakeholders, and business owners, several street audits, a community placemapping workshop with 65 participants and 200 online survey results the community response was strong.
Our main street as built today does not serve our town all that well. Main Street can be improved to bring more pedestrians downtown, improve business, improve crosswalk safety, and can be more livable, walkable and bikeable with improvements to make it less auto-centric and more multi modal. This video https://vimeo.com/149087594 takes us through possible scenarios of how our Main Street/Highway 75 corridor could someday look. This spring, we will consider implementing several light, quick and inexpensive projects to test out ideas that increase bike and pedestrian safety and improve conditions for bike and pedestrian use of our neighborhood streets. The goal is to encourage more biking and walking in our downtown core. Stay tuned and stay involved. A few of those potential projects include painting bike lanes on Hailey neighborhood streets, placing temporary mini turnabouts to calm and slow traffic through neighborhoods, paint mid-block turn lane for pedestrian crossing safety zones, place temporary pop-out parklets on Main Street to provide pedestrian seating and gathering, improve way finding and possibly other projects.
Questions call Kaz at Mountain Rides, 788-7433 ext. 104.