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Third Street Conversion

As part of the 2nd Street TIGER project the intersection of Conway and Second Street has been proposed to be changed to a right-in right-out only intersection.  In order to make this minimize any traffic flow inconveniences from this change the City is considering changing the two block section of Third Street from its intersection with Shelby Street to its inersection with Conway Street from a one way traffic pattern to a two way traffic pattern. Such a change would require eliminating parking on one side of the street.  This survey is meant to help the City have a complete understanding of how the corridor is used by residents and how future changes may impact both Third Street and surrounding residents as well as general functionality.  The City will utilize public feedback from this survey when making a final decision.  For more background information, please view the Third Street Draft Study Report, located on this page.  

Are you a resident of Third Street between Shelby Street and Conway Street?
YES
NO
Closed to responses
Are you a South Frankfort resident?
Yes
No
Closed to responses
How easy do you find it to find on-street parking on this corridor when you need it?
Very Easy
Fairly Easy
Slightly Challenging
Challenging
Closed to responses
Do you access this corridor often as a pedestrian?
YES
NO
Closed to responses
Do you have children that may use this corridor as pedestrians or on bicycles?
YES
NO
Closed to responses
Do you believe people drive this corridor at a safe speed or do cars tend to drive too fast in this corridor?
Yes, I believe some cars drive too fast in this corridor
No, most cars seem to travel at an appropriate and safe speed
Closed to responses
Do you think the corridor could benefit from traffic calming measures such as improved crosswalk pavement markings?
Yes, traffic calming could help
No
Closed to responses
What is your opinion of changing this section of Third Street to two-way traffic, as stated in description above (this change would involve the elimination of parking on one side of the street)?
Sounds Great
Open to it, but a little concerned about losing parking
Two little parking already, don't support it
Terrible Idea
Closed to responses
Do you have any other ideas for the improvement of this corridor?
Closed for Comments