The City will be investing $17 million over the next five years to improve safety conditions for people walking. Given the City’s limited resources and the need to use this money effectively, you will be asked to prioritize each of 15 pedestrian safety tools (see Tools page for more information) by indicating whether or not you feel that the tool is a low, medium or high funding priority – essentially, how would you spend $17 million on pedestrian safety?
After each selection, you will see the graph at the right change in relation to your choices. This graph shows how your choices affect the total cost, the time to implement and the effectiveness of the solutions.
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