Planning From Inside Out: Using Community Responses to Address Transportation, Infrastructure and Safety Concerns
Building on previous Kinder Institute work about how to improve safety for all road users, this report uses input from residents to highlight problem areas and safety concerns in Houston’s Gulfton neighborhood. The information revealed through this input can complement the city’s Complete Communities work in Gulfton. It also dovetails with local organizations’ efforts to improve street safety and address mobility issues. The findings provide a more in-depth understanding of critical transportation safety issues and highlight what areas residents see as key issues. These primary findings can be used to prioritize street safety improvements.