36 CFR 910.17 - Pedestrian circulation system.

§ 910.17 Pedestrian circulation system.
(a) An efficient, pleasant, and stimulating pedestrian circulation system shall be developed to link the components of the Development Area with the Mall and the city's downtown.
(b) Pedestrian circulation systems shall be designed to provide pedestrian comfort and convenience, to create more linear footage of storefront, to encourage recognition of the location of various METRO stops or other mass transit locations, and to link various historic and architecturally significant buildings, sites, and monuments which are scattered throughout and beyond the Historic Site.
(c) Curb cuts across the north sidewalk areas of Pennsylvania Avenue shall be prohibited in order to reinforce its importance as the major pedestrian thoroughfare of the Development Area.

Title 36 published on 2013-07-01

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