Our team will collaborate with Reconnect Rochester, a bike/pedestrian/transit advocacy organization, as well as the Town of Brighton to address safety and accessibility improvements along a one-mile section of Monroe Avenue.  The four lane corridor is a major feeder into the City of Rochester, with a traffic volume of about 14,600 vehicles per day.  It has two schools along its route, but little pedestrian and no bicycle infrastructure.  The team will work with the community to redesign five intersections along the corridor to better meet the needs of Brighton residents, and provide research and analysis for the Town to use to make its case for the improved street designs to NYSDOT.