Southern Section of Corridor – Between MLK Boulevard and Hammond Road.

Option One - Parking Protected Bike Lanes.

  • On-street parking will create a buffer between the vehicular traffic and the bike traffic.
  • Due to bump outs needed to create safe pedestrian crossing and to delineate the parking areas at each intersection there are some parking impacts with this option.
  • On Blount Street option one eliminates an average of 6.4 parking places per block and on Person Street an average of 5. 2 spaces per block.
Review Images of Option One

Shows a map of the section of both Blount & Person Streets at Bragg Street. Also has a rendering of what the parking protected bike lanes look like and has parking.Showing a proposed Crosswalk design for Blount Street at Bragg Street. Shows a concrete bump out with high vis crosswalk markings

Option Two - Buffered Separated Bike Lane

  • This option has a lesser impact on the on-street parking.
  • We are looking at losing an average of 5. 8 spots per block along Blount Street and an average of 1.8 spots per block on Person Street.

Review images of option two

Shows a map image and a rendering of Blount and person street at Bragg Street option 2 with separated bike lanes on one side of the street and on-street parking on the other. Shows what Blount street will look like with bollards on one side and on-street parking on the other

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Northern Section of Corridor – Between Edenton Street and Delway Street

Option One - Parking Protected Bike Lanes

  • On-street parking will create a buffer between the vehicular traffic and the bike traffic.
  • With this option we are looking at losing an average of 9.9 on-street parking spots per block along Blount Street.
  • On person Street the average loss of on-street parking with this option is 4.4 spots per block.

Review Images of Option One

photo rendering of what Person street will look like with parking protected bike lanes. This images is looking north on Person street, bike lane is on right side with bump out and parking protected bike lanes shown with bike in lane a map rendering of North Blount Street looking north with Option One details. Including parking protected bike lanes.

Option Two - Buffered Separated Bike Lanes 

  • With this scenario, Blount Street has an average loss of 11 parking spots per block. 
  • On Person Street the average loss is .3 spots per block.

Review Images of Option Two

photo rendering of what Blount Street will look like with buffered bike lanes. This images is looking north on Blount Street with bike lanes shown with bike in lane.Rendering on map that shows buffered bike lanes on Blount Street and the impact this option has on parking. this option losses an average of 11 spots per block. Rendering on map that shows buffered bike lanes on Polk Street and the impact this option has on parking. this option losses an average of .3 spots per block.

Option Three -Two-Way Cycle Track 

  • On Blount Street between Edenton Street and Delway Street.
  • This option has an average loss of 11 parking spots per block on Blount Street. We would still have on-street parking where feasible on Blount Street.
  • With a two-way cycle track on Blount Street, the existing bicycle lane on Person Street could be replaced by additional on-street parking, which adds an average 11. 7 parking spots per block, as on-street parking will be possible on both sides of the street where feasible.

Review Images of Option Three

A photo rendering of Blount Street looking north with a cycle track on the left side of the street and on street parking on the rightRendering of Person Street showing on-street parking and no bike lanesRendering of Blount Street showing Two Way Cycle Track

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Corridor Use

To help us analyze the data we would like to know how you use the corridor. Please take a moment to answer a few questions. 

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How do you use the Blount and Person Street corridor? (please check all that apply to you)

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How many times per week do you use on-street parking along the corridor?

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If you use on-street parking along the corridor is it for

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