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Construct roundabout and convert Houston to two-way. Modify streets adjacent to Alamo to provide streetscaping, seating, landscaping and plaza space commensurate with the historic nature of the area. 0

10:43am Jun 18, 2012

Where? Houston, 3rd & Bonham Intersection

By Kerri Collins

Expand pedestrian plaza area by closing Losoya between Commerce and Market. Reverse direction on Losoya to NB and on Crockett to EB. Open SB bus lane on Alamo to public. 0

10:37am Jun 18, 2012

Where? Alamo, Commerce, Losoya and Market Intersection (Torch Intersection)

By Kerri Collins

beautify this aged quadrant in the middle of Highland Park to an updated mini neighborhood center. Lined by bike lanes & 2 blocks fr Bode Center 0

11:51pm Jun 17, 2012

Where? 2300 S.Gevers/1200 Highland Blvd 4 corners

20 families in Midtown West (Alta Vista and Beacon Hill neighborhoods)gather once a month to community build. We would like to see Breeden St or N.Flores Ave transform into strong pede/bike zones. 0

5:44pm Jun 17, 2012

Where? Alta Vista's Breeden St. (or Flores Ave.) as as community portals to San Pedro Springs Park. Breeden St. has very little car traffic and would ideal for inexpensive pedestrian/biking infrastructure.

By Jennifer Khoshbin

is to build a rope and wood suspension foot bridge that leads to the Quarry Market to connect these areas of town that is currently dangerous to access by cycling and walking. 0

4:32pm Jun 17, 2012

Where? Corner of Basse and McCullough ties 78209 with 78212 is both on the bus route and the bike route but there is no currently no safe way to cross 281 for pedestrians and bike traffic.

By Carol Fisher

We dearly need sidewalks in the Shearer Hills area, specifically on Shannon Lee which is often used as a shortcut between San Pedro and McCullough; preference would be a sidewalk on one street side 1

3:38pm Jun 17, 2012

Where? Shannon Lee Street

By Jane McDaniel

Provide a two lane bicycle path along the existing railroad right of way from Loop 1604 near the I 10 Park and Ride lot into the downtown area. This is approximately 15 miles. 0

11:09pm Jun 16, 2012

Where? The railroad right of way from 1604 near the IH 10 park and ride to downtown.

By Michael Carter

Liriope and monkey grass, once established, need little watering and withstand extreme cold and heat. Maybe a community planting day would work to start up a greening-up day. 0

11:59am Jun 15, 2012

Where? on all bare spots in downtown

Recreate the feel of the old San Antonio in the western part of downtown with wider sidewalks, reduced traffic lanes, branding of & old San Antonio & Corozon & .Bistros, cobblestone, flower mkts, etc 0

12:28am Jun 15, 2012

Where? Westside of downtown -Main Plaza to UTSA-Needs a lot more focal attention to place-making, safety, pedestrian friendly, signage, feel of "old San Antonio" in future design/developments

By San Antonio - Resident

This road used to be the highway to Austin back in the 60s until IH35 bipassed. Its is a 4 lane + wide shoulders road of asphalt. Change medians/shoulders into landscaped/shaded walking spaces. 0

10:31am Jun 14, 2012

Where? Austin Highway

By Kent Brittain

The developments are naturally connected by drainages running roughly N-S, but they are blocked by fences at development boundaries. Open these fences to allow foot traffic to pass. 0

11:11pm Jun 13, 2012

Where? Residental area between Himer and Jones Maltsberger, N. of Bitters

By Andrew Pickens

Every four lane street or highway should have a sidewalk. The city should allow companies to donate for construction, then put logos in sidewalks for permanent reminders of their gifts. 0

10:51pm Jun 13, 2012

Where? Loopland, all around 410, downtown to burbs.

By David Bosworth

Turn this space into a bike friendly space by devoting time to Bikes Only. In Westchester County, N.Y.they close the Bronx River Pkwy. to all auto traffic on Sunday Morning from 9am to 12p Do here 0

8:02pm Jun 13, 2012

Where? Wurzbach Parkway

By Doug Nunnelly

Narrow the roadway from 6 to 4 lanes of traffic in each direction and converting the outerlanes on each side to bus and bike only. 1

6:32pm Jun 13, 2012

Where? Broadway from Jones to Austin Highway

By Annalisa Peace

The addition of one B-cycle station downtown, with approximately 10 bikes, to the bike share system, providing a healthy alternative means of transportation, all for a small price. 0

3:06pm Jun 13, 2012

Where? Downtown San Antonio (exact location would be located with all relevant parties)

By Katherine Gainey

Add one B-Cycle “docking” station and approximately 10 bikes in order to link it to other stations in the bike share system, further expanding the program’s connectivity and density. 0

12:00pm Jun 13, 2012

Where? Downtown San Antonio- location could be determined collectively with LQC representatives