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Palm Avenue Traffic Survey

On February 24, 2000 The City’s Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator along with members of the Community Traffic Safety Program, The Pedestrian Action Committee and the Bicycle Action Committee, did a traffic survey of Palm Avenue.  Traffic was counted for the eleven (11) hour period from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM with figures broken down to East bound and West bound direction and six (6) categories of transportation.  The categories were Motor Vehicles, Buses, Semi-trucks, Motorcycle and Scooters, Bicycles, and Pedestrians.  Buses included City buses, Shuttles, tour buses, trains and trolleys.  Semi-trucks were defined as anything with more than six wheels.  The count was done to provide a base count so that results can be measured when improvements are made to the roadway next year.  In the mean time, the counts provide an example of a “typical traffic day” in Key West.

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