Midblock Crosswalks / Walkability

Goal: Make the Village of Fairport the most walkable community in New York State

What is a mid-block crosswalk?
Mid-block refers to a crosswalk not located a traffic signal light

Work Session Meeting October 25th 
2022 Mid-Block Crosswalk Review
Updates to the Mid-block crosswalk discussion were conducted at the Oct. 25th work session meeting.
The meeting minutes can be found here
Summary of actions:
1.) The Board would like more detailed plans for the addition of the crosswalk at Hulburt Ave., Nelson St. and W. Church St.
2.) Move the crosswalk at Summit St. north to the area around Clinton and S. Main St. to facilitate a flatter crossing surface that is more ADA compliant.
3.) These 2 crosswalks are the current priority. The board would like to see plans move forward for these first.

Labella Mid-Block Crosswalk Safety Recommendations
In an effort to enhance the walkability in the Village of Fairport, the Village Board is reviewing areas to add mid-block crosswalks and to continue review of all major crosswalks in the Village. Labella Associates has been engaged by to review the proposed locations identified by the Board and will be drafting an action plan at each of the chosen locations.

West Church St. near Hulburt Ave. and Nelson St.
East Church St. near Parker St.
High St. near East St.

Potter Place at West Church Street - Crosswalk lights replaced September 2022.
Potter Place at West Church St. New Crosswalk
New Crosswalk Sign Potter Place at West Church St.
New Crosswalk Potter Place at West Church St.