Citizens for Appropriate Transportation (CAT)
Eisenhower Transportation Corridor
PEDESTRIAN WALK EAST OF LOMBARD AVENUE
There are many design choices for the edges of the Corridor.
Edges are the boundaries between the community and the Eisenhower Corridor. Paths are the channels of movement, such as streets, sidewalks, bicycle lanes, train lines, and expressway. The design of edges and paths should work together to improve both the community and the transportation corridor. Vehicles on the expressway side of the Corridor edge move faster than pedestrians, bicycles, and vehicles on the community side, so the design of each side should be different.