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Delaware Department of Transportation

Pedestrian Council

"Executive Order #54 re-established the Advisory Council on Walkability and Pedestrian Awareness (Pedestrian Council). Signed by Governor Markell on October 12, 2015, it replaces Governor Minner's Executive Order #83 dated March 9, 2006. The Pedestrian Council shall consist of no less than 18 members and its purpose is to assist DelDOT with re-evaluation, implementation, and recommendations regarding the Statewide Pedestrian Action Plan and prioritization of pedestrian infrastructure improvements. The Council has 6 specific goals as outlined in Executive Order #54:

  • Identify gaps in the system of pedestrian paths and sidewalks to create continuous, interconnected pathways
  • Provide advice regarding design standards for crosswalks, sidewalks, and pathways ensuring ADA compliance
  • Provide advice regarding implementation of DelDOT's Sidewalk and Multi-Use Path Maintenance Policy
  • Review traffic rules to help support a safe pedestrian environment
  • Provide advice regarding accessibility and connectivity to make transit a more viable option for DE citizens
  • Develop strategies for pedestrian safety, education, and awareness"

NOTE: Pedestrian Council meetings are cancelled until further notice.

Advisory Council on Walkability and Pedestrian Awareness Members List

 ADA Information