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If you feel that 13th Street has safety issues, explain what
you think they are.
The area made for walking/biking next to the road should allow for obvious
2 way traffic. Drivers seem confused about it and there is no signage that
really says what it is for drivers.
excessive speed of motorists, lack of designated walking areas for
pedestrians, insufficient bike lane for speed and mix of peds, bikes and
motor vehicles
narrow sections,heavy traffic which includes large trucks exceeding the 25

mph speed limit


Summer is okay with the bike lane, but winter is VERY dangerous - no
space to walk/ride a bike. Also, people always speed!
Large industrial trucks mixed with moms, kids, and baby strollers, kids on

bikes
Traffic speed too high, bike lane on both sides
The turn at gilpin and 13 is dangerous. There is kind of a blind spot turning
into gilpin By bk distrib. People go too fast and people swerve around you
if you are turning into fairview and they want to go straight on 13th.
Cars/trucks from the industrial area go fast and the shoulder is
sma 11/un protected - in winter there isn't room to walk/bike
People driving too fast
While there is a bike lane for a short while, motorists are often going quite
fast. We live up Evans St. and until we get there I can't see allowing my

kids to ride their bikes on this part of the street without an adult until they
are at least 10 years old. THis section of road is often used by heavy
machinery and semi trucks. I
There is a lot of commercial traffic-semls, dump trucks, city buses etc. in
addition to car traffic. I have always been nervous, (esp.) w/ my kids when
we walk or ride bikes to & from our neighborhood. It is especially
dangerous for pedestrians, bikers, and cars too at the intersection of 13th
St. & Gilpin. The bike/walking lane is against traffic going westbound. I

think this is safer than on the other side of the street (north side), EXCEPT
when approaching the intersection w/ Gilpin. Cars coming out of the
Fairview neighborhood down Gilpin often times do not make a ful! stop. In
addition, when turning right onto 13th they often make a sharp turn and
drive in the bike lane.
Drivers do not slow down at all, and they cross the white line while
whizzing by. I hate to let my smaller children ride or walk on that stretch.
The people in the cars know it's not their children they are whizzing past.
Very Narrow

Blind corner and too steep of a hill coming down Gilpin.


The cars drive very fast!
Not enough room in the summer, half the room in the winter and icy.
Much traffic, many cars drive faster than speed limit.

No sidewalk from Gilpin to Lithia Springs and poor lighting in the winter.
The intersection of 13th and Gilpin is quite busy, people "gun" their cars to
go up Gilpin. At night it's hard to see pedestrians and bikes at that
intersection.

In the winter this is very, very dangerous as the snow banks cause
pedestrians and cyclists to move in to the roadways. In the summer, cars
drive quickly and since the current walkway is part of the road and only a
shoulder, it is dangerous to walk or cycle alone, with pets on leash, and
most especially with children. If traffic is moving in both directions on the
current shoulder then the situation become even more dangerous.
Separation offoot/bike traffic from the roadway would be a great he!p...
Many vehicles drive too fast.
Cars going too fast - bike lane on only one side.
Cars drive too fast. It is not clear which side of the road to walk/bike on. Is
everyone supposed to be on the fairview side of the road no matter which
direction they are headed? Giant trucks and babies in strollers should
have some sort of buffer between them. The winter is especially bad.
There is often no shoulder to walk on and sometimes the traffic still does
not slow down.

It is hard to see oncoming traffic when traveling W on 1 3th + traffic is too


fast. Intersection needs a stop sign or light on 13th and control over left
hand turns from 13th.

The slight turn of 1 3th Street at the bottom of Gilpln is a blind turn for
traffic. Turning left from 13th on to Gilpin is often tricky. In the winter, the

steep grade ofGilpin heading towards 13th Street is often slippery.


Speed of vehicles
the dedicated bike lane on only one side of the street can confuse both
cyclists and drivers, the crosswalks at the bridge are also poorly marked.
Sometimes cyclists and pedestrians do not stop at the Gilpin intersection
and assume they have the right of way. t don't want to see someone be
"dead right".

trucks parked in b&k cause visibility issues for cars turning up the hill
adding to the chaos. The painted bike !ane is not wide enough for two way
traffic and t always feel exposed to vehicles going too fast. Driving down
gilpin is dangerous,with snow. I have skidded through that intersection
several times, it Needs a professional study
People drive too fast.
cars way too fast, no shoulder to speak of and no bike/walk lane, scary
curves, narrow road in general

incompatible use of vehicles perceiving 13th ST. as a by pass to get to


town and not taking into account the pedestrian and bicycle use. Huge
lack of awareness that they are going though a neighborhood.
We need a designated walk/bike lane or sidewalk off of the main road
Cars are driving way too fast and they are distracted. They treat 13th
Street as a bypass and the traffic is heavy throughout the week. Large
trucks move through this area. People have to move with their backs to

traffic and there's two way traffic of walker and bikers using the same 5
feet of space.

poor visibility in spots(shadows on south side, sun in eyes early am some


times of the year, excess speed
Walking with Back to traffic, cycling against traffic, Speed limit too high, no
stop signs or speed checks (speed bumps, etc)

Do you have any other suggestions to improve the safety of


13th Street for pedestrians and bicyclers?
Make drivers aware with signage that the side of the road is for 2 way nonmotorized traffic. Maybe widen the area. Not sure how you can extend it to
Evans Street but that would be ideal.
Enforce the speed limit! It is posted at 25 mph but most people drive 30-40
mph on 13th past the neighborhood. Keep the bike lane clear (of snow,
vehicles, etc.) so people at least have space to walk/ride bikes that is not
in the car lane
Permanent bike-path/ sidewalk with guardrail where needed
RR crossing often malfunctions
Widen the street area by the tracks going up to the neighborhood. Make
more room for bikers and pedestrians
Sidewalk or bridge that's separate from road
awareness campaign?

If there are stop signs at both Evans and Giipin it would slow drivers down
and possibly keep more drivers on Hwy. 40/Lincoln Ave. when feasible. In
addition to the stop sign at the bottom of Gilpin, there needs to be signage
indicating the location of the bike lane and that pedestrian and cyclist are
present. In winter, the sidewalk on the bridge across the Yampa needs to
be dear of snow. It is important that parents w/ children do not walk in the
street to get across the river. There needs to be space for strollers on the
sidewalk of the bridge. Many times in the winter it is hazardous even for
adults. Fairview is so close to downtown. More people would walk year
round if it was safer.
Perhaps an awareness campaign to SLOW DOWN when driving around
town.

Educate pedestrians and bicyclists. They need to always remember that it


does not matter who is in the right. Ask the question "do you want to be
right or do you want to be alive? Pedestrians need to pay more attention
and get off your cell phones, even when walking.
improved bike lane/sidewalk delineation.
Bicycle lane on both sides. I've almost been hit a couple times because
someone turning right from gilpin onto 13th didn't look both directions.
Speed bumps would be ridiculous for plowing and plow trucks in the
winter. Raised sidewalks, bike paths and more lighting. Also, bike path on
13th should be cleared of snow so it's easier to use.

Since this path is used by a large number of residents and visitors, there
needs to be a clear, clean sidewalk for access.

Traffic Circle at Gilpin and 13th


Item #5 wouldn't !et me choose my ratings: #1 speed bumps. #2 A stop
sign or two. I'm sure the other options would help, but mostly focus on
physically slowing down traffic.
Whenever I bike under highway 40 at Mt Werner Road and I see the
sidewalk with the railing, I think about our situation on 13th. Would this be
overkill? I suppose maintenance in the winter would be difficult Building a
raised sidewalk could be effective at separating people and cars. If it is not
cleared early and daily in the winter, it would be useless. I think we need
to do some overzealous signage and lower the speed limit. I feel that the
signage in Brooklyn is very effective at making me slow down. I know the

13th Street situation is different. Just the industrial look of the north side of
13th subconsciously tells us that we are out of downtown and can gas it a
bit.
The painted pedestrian crossways across Gilpin and Evans need to be
maintained. Regarding question #5, I would not like to see speed bumps
or additional stop signs added. I am not sure of the effectiveness of
lowering the speed limit or more neighborhood signage.

Designated paths for foot traffic & cycling


Stop signs for bike path at Gilpin intersection. More share the road signs
on Gilpin and Routt St.
Install a concrete median protecting pedestrians and bikes, deal with
trucks parked at B&k lower speed of vehicles

Pedestrians walk facing traffic and bikes travel with traffic! Possibly people
could stop parking in the pedestrian/ bike way. Try a path on both sides of
the street to encourage pedestrian and bikers to follow established rules
instead of teaching children and adults to break pedestrian and bicycle
safety rules.

Use the Brooklyn neighborhood model. Put the stop sign at Evans. Put the

foot bridge by the Depot next to the existing vehicle bridge. This would get
the bikes off of the road way. it would also be safer in the winter when the
walk way is not plowed and thereby forcing people to walk in the roadway.

Put flowers on the bridge like the fifth street bridge as it would provide a
sense of neighborhood and awareness of all the people crossing in that
area.

No more back to traffic walking from neighborhood.

Are you aware of any incidences that you or others were

involved in that exemplify how dangerous 13th Street can be


for pedestrians and bicyclists? Please describe below.
You don't notice the people in the cross walk at Giipin and 13 th . Maybe a

flashing light for a reminder

Just lots of near misses, especially in the winter.


When the roads are icy the intersection at gilpin and 13th is terrible. Super
slick But it is a hill and the rock trucks don't always get there
No 1 am not.

I have almost been hit a few times when drivers coming down Gilpin go
into the bike lane after turning right onto 13th St., esp. when they don't
come to a complete stop. When my kids were little the school bus stop
was at the bottom of Gilpin/13th. It was very unsafe. Kids would sometime
run out part way onto 13th St. while playing. We got the school district to
move the bus stop up into the neighborhood.
No and I have lived in the neighborhood for over 22 years
Bicydists don't follow the rules of the road, 13th St is narrow, yet they ride
two and three abreast many times. Maybe they should think about ways
that they can help fund the widening of roads.
Too many to name but most recently, while I was riding bikes with my two
children, a vehicle was stopped at the stop sign and signaling to turn right
on to 13th street. She was not looking for non motorized traffic and I had
to speed up on my bike, wave my hands frantically and yell loud!y so she
did not run my son over. I then had to backtrack so she did not run my
daughter over as she started to move as soon as my son passed. This is a
unfortunately a very normal situation for this intersection.
Several times I've had to jump out of the bike lane from folks who are
going so fast they couldn't make the turn before the railroad tracks coming
to town from 20mii I constantly look over my shoulder when walking or
riding to town from Fairview...

It's a bit dangerous to have a bike lane on only one side of the street.
When a bicyclist encounters a bike going in the opposite direction or
pedestrians it's sometimes necessary to move out of the bike lane. It's not
a problem, as long as there is no vehicle traffic. One time a bicyclist was
going into town, not looking in front of himself, and my husband was
coming from the opposite direction. When the bicyciist did look up he lost
control and went into the ditch.
One slippery, winter day a west bound car was sliding sideways and an
oncoming car had nowhere to go but into the ped lane. I had to scramble
onto the scoria encmsted snowbank to avoid getting hit. Sometimes I see
parents with young children stop to shield the kids' faces when bigs trucks

go by (usually within a few feet of them). It is too bad walking mothers and
children have to be within 5 feet of a semi going over 15 mph. If I am
walking down Gilpin in the winter, I am ever cautious when approaching
the Gilpin-13th intersection. It is extra slippery and cars that are turning
onto Gilpin coming from the library, speed up and cut that comer al! the
way into the downhill lane, The angle of that intersection not only allows
for this, but initiates it to some degree. Even before I lived in Fairview, I

thought that this residential/industrial interface needs to prioritize the


safety of the peds and bikers.

In the winter, the steep grade of Gilpin headed towards 13th Street is often
slippery and icy. Unaware motorists can easily slide into pedestrians in the
crosswalk or traffic on 13th Street.
Speed of vehicles.!!!
When autos reach the bottom of Gilpin St., it is natural to look to the left
first to check for traffic. If a cyclist or pedestrian is coming across the
intersection from the right, it can be a dangerous situation. A caution sign
on Gilpin warning of cyclists and pedestrians ahead on the bike path
would be advantageous. Also a stop sign on the bike path would be safer
for everyone.

In morning sun is in driver's eyes & makes it very difficult to see. Can't
think of anyway to fix that, but raised sidewalk would help separate drivers
from pedestrians.
slid through intersection on ice several times and have been very lucky
I have seen items fly out of the back of trucks as they round the bend at
the tracks.

I saw the confusion over which direction a bicyclist should be going, with
or against the traffic, and who should stop for who as they access either
Gilpin or Evans off of 13th going west. When there are two cars passing
each other in opposite directions because the road is narrow it is very
scary with children to be on the road. I feel more vulnerable when my back
is to the traffic. Place a police van or camera to have drivers stop at the
bottom of Gilpin when entering 13th. I have seen a child approaching that
corner when a driver did not stop at the stop sign and cut the corner too
close and almost hit the child.
I have seen several cars over the past few years in the ditch right before
the train tracks...what if they had hit a pedestrian or biker?
I was walking with my back to traffic and was nearly killed by a horse
trailer that had opened without the driver's knowledge. Also, everytime

(daily) I walk or bike 13th street with my small children I have to yell at
people for driving WAY TOO FAST!!

Major Issues and Concerns of 13th Street - Fairview survey - Summer 2014
Issue

Heavy traffic/high use

Possible remedies/suggestions from


neighborhood
Lower speed limit - avoid quicker

bypass from 40
Stop signs - avoid quicker bypass from

40
Speeding motorists

Lower speed limit


Flashing speed sign
Stop signs at Gilpin and Evans on 13th
Street

SLOW painted on 13h street in both


directions
Automated speed tickets
Pedestrians/bikers are not protected
from traffic

Create raised sidewalk in between


driveways
Create crosswalks at stop signs at Evans

and Gilpin with sidewalk on both sides


Place temporary bumpers separating
sidewalk and traffic - summer only

GuardraU
Pedestrians/bikers are walking in 13th
street during winter

Walking/riding path needs to be


completely plowed in the winter to
separate pedestrians/bikers from traffic
Raised sidewalk - kept shoveled by
homeowners

Cars do not look for peds/bikers in path


when turning right onto 13th from Evans

and Gilpin

Clear sidewalk on bridge over Yampa in


winter or peds/bikers are in traffic
Flashing lights alerting drivers to be
aware ofpeds/bikers
3-way stop signs

Signage to alert drivers to look for


peds/bikers to the right
Stop sign on path for peds/bikers
Confusion on how peds/bikers share the
designated path

Walking with back to speeding traffic on


13th when going into town

Create two way lines to designate the

direction each should be going and on


which side of the path(hke the core trail)
Widen the path
Raise the sidewalk
Create a path/sidewalk on both sides of
the street

Morning sun distracts drivers on their


way into town on 13th Street

Raise the sidewalk to protect


peds/bikers

Poor lighting at night - cars cannot see

Add street lamps

peds/bikers
Blind corner at 13th and Gilpin when
turning onto Gilpin

that corner

Don't allow B&K to park semi-trucks on


3-way stop sign

Backing out of driveway is dangerous in


summer/winter - for residents who live
on 13th St.

Lower speed limit


Stop signs and Gilpin and Evans

Known history of concerns reported to city staff/police:


Summer 2010 - Testimonials were sent to the Public Works Director at that time,

followed by meeting -2 yellow pedestrian signs installed


Summer 2012 - Speed trap set, evidence supported speeding drivers, more

neighborhood signage put up on either side ofFairview


Winter 2012 - Letter sent to Steamboat Today asking drivers to slow down and the
city to address the issues - no change
Ongoing - Call for extra speed patrol - no noticeable change
Summer 2012 - Public comment letter read on hiking accident - need to address
13th St. concerns read to city council - no action
Summer 2014 - Contacted city council member for our district - discussion of
putting our concerns on agenda

Summer 2014 - meeting with police captain and public works director
October 2014Meeting with Captain Stabile and Chuck Anderson. Their proposal:
to install flashing speed signs in both directions, a raised sidewalk, and an
awareness campaign with the newspaper.

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10-12 times perweek-often more


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7 of us use 13thalleast2timesadaythatis35aweekata minumum


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once aweek
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My family of 4 bikes ore walks on 13th about 15 times a week.


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Occasional, less than 1-3 limes perweek
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1-3 times perweek but I would walk more if it was safer


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In the fall and winter, how often do you use


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several [imes a monlh - a lot more when my son was little
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Less than 1-3 limes per week in the fall; never in the winter
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never, wilh the snow load the road is too narrow
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Ttie area made for walhjng/bihing next to the road should allow for obvious 2 way traffic. Drivers seem
confused about il and there !s no signage that realty says what it is for drivers.
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excessive speed of motorists, lack of designated walking areas for pedestrians, insufficient bike iane for speed
and mix of peds, bites and motor vehicles
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narrow sections,heavy traffic which includes large ducks exceeding the 25 mph speed limit
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Summer is okay with the bike lane, but winter is VERY dangerous-no space to walk/ride a bike. Also, people
always speed!
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Large industrial trucks mixed with moms, kids, and baby strollers
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Traffic speed too high, bike lane on both sides


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Mate drivers aware with signage that the side of {he road is for 2 waynon-motorized Iraffic. Maybe widen Uie
area. Not sure how you can extend it to Evans Street but that would be ideal.
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Enforce the speed limit! it is posted at 25 mph but most people drive 30-40 mphon 13th past the neighborhood.
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Widen the slreet area by the tracks going up to Ihe neighbortiood. Make more room for bikers and pedestrians
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Sidewalk or bridge thafs separate from road


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You don't notice the people in the cross walk at Gilpin and 13 th . Maybe a flashing light for a reminder
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I have almost been hit a few times when drivers coming down Gilpin go into Ihe bike lane after turning nght
onto 13lhSl.,esp.when they don't come to a complete stop. When my kids were IHtleUie school bus stop was
at the bottom of Gifpin/13th. Itv/as very unsafe. Kids would sometime run out part way onto 13!h St. while

playing. We got Ihe school dislrict to move the bus stop up into theneighbortiood.
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No and I have lived in the neighborhood for over 22 years

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