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Carnegie

Duy Vo dvo@andrew.cmu.edu Ruchira Gaur rgaur@andrew.cmu.edu Autumn Secrest asecrest@andrew.cmu.edu

Sustainable Community Development Carnegie Mellon University Spring 2013


SCOPE OF WORK


STATEMENT OF INTENT Our primary goals are to analyze the existing conditions of Carnegie, to provide recommendations for possible signage location and to set the foundation enabling KMA Design to successfully execute way finding for Carnegie.

MAIN OBJECTIVES • Identify primary, secondary, and tertiary points of entry and exit • Identify main points of interest • Analyze traffic flows and patterns in, through and from Carnegie • Assess parking availability in Carnegie • Assess the current public transit routes + Proximity to points of interest + Opportunities for pedestrian signage + Decrease vehicular traffic + Increase foot traffic within downtown Carnegie • Provide recommendations + Locations of signage + Types (text vs. graphic, pedestrian vs. vehicle) + Case studies (Philadelphia, Portland and Cincinnati) • Document existing conditions of signage, including, but not limited to: gateway, city wayfinding and destination identification signs for parks and government facilities for all modes of transportation. • Review and audit existing streetscape/landscape developments

EXPECTED OUTCOMES Provide a springboard for KMA to help Carnegie • Establish a better way finding system • Increase the efficiency of traffic system • Attract more people to the business district and other points of interest

RESOURCES NEEDED • • • • • • •

Data (traffic, transit, points of interest, case studies, points of entry and exit, etc…) Maps & Photos Documents (Background, history, etc…) Discussions with stakeholders Site visits Coordination with recently-established wayfinding committee from Carnegie Continued coordination with the Allegheny Wayfinding group


PROJECT TIMELINE Date

Scope of Work and Deliverables

February 27th

Prepare, finalize Scope of work document and share with Joanne Letcher and Carnegie Wayfinding Committee

February 28th to March 4th

Address site analysis and acquire GIS data, photographs and necessary maps for Carnegie

March 5th to March 9th

Gather additional data from Carnegie through the Carnegie Wayfinding Committee

March 18th to March 24th

Data collected and analyzed

March 25th to March 27th

Check-in with Carnegie Way Finding Committee to gather feedback for future progress

March 28th to April 4th

Complete assessment of Carnegie’s existing public transportation system, streetscape/landscape developments, signage conditions

April 5th to April 10th

Develop initial recommendations, compile and share preliminary report with professor Mehalik and Carnegie Way Finding committee

April 16th to April 17th

Gather feedback from Carnegie Wayfinding committee, community members and KMA Design

April 18th to April 21st

Compile findings, recommendations, case studies.

April 22nd to 23rd April 24th April 25th to May 9th May 10th

Complete the preliminary final report and prepare for the final presentation Deliver the final presentation on our works to both the class and to Carnegie’s community members Revise the final report based on feedback provided at the final presentation Final Report delivered


EXISTING CONTEXT


OVERVIEW Carnegie is a borough approximately 6 miles away from Pittsburgh. On March 1st, 1984, the borough was established after 2 small boroughs of Mansfield and Chartiers merged. Carnegie was named after Andrew Carnegie himself as a return for his two gifts to the borough including Andrew Carnegie High School and Andrew Carnegie Free Library. In the early days, whisky production was the chief industry of the borough. As the population grew, coal mining and railroads became the 2 main industries in Carnegie. Later on, with the establishment of Superior Steel Company in Carnegie, many workers migrated to Carnegie while their families filled Carnegie’s neighborhoods. In the 80s, with the shut down of many major steel mills, Carnegie witnessed a drastic drop in population as people moved away. Today, the borough covers 1.3 square miles, and in the 2000 census, it was reported that Carnegie has a population of 8,396 people.

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SITE VISIT

Major intersection of both vehicular traffic and pedestrian traffic, especially from the Park & Ride, lacks necessary signage to draw attention to the core of Carnegie.

We discovered a nice pocket park that seems underutilized. With necessary signage along with businesses such as food carts, this park can become a desirable quick stop for out-of-towners.

Entering the core of Carnegie’s business district, out-of- This street leads to Andrew Carnegie library. However, due to towners are not welcomed with street signs that indicate which the lack of necessary signage, out-of-towners would not know area they’re in or what is worth checking out. about its existence as well as its significance in Carnegie’s history.

As one crosses over the train track to reach the park and ride, Downtown Carnegie, though highlighted with turquoise ballasts they have to walk past the fence, whose presence hinders the and street lamp posts, lacks necessary signage to orient pedestrians visual connection to Carnegie. & to point them to Carnegie’s various amenities.


Street signs, like this one, are seen throughout Carnegie. They display the name of the businesses of which the lamp posts are located in front. Though better than most signs in Carnegie, they lack character.

Similarly to the signs above, the 3 signs here are small and located not too far off the ground causing drivers to miss the right turn to go to the airport. In addition, the signs are worn out and not well-kept.

The bus stop here at Carnegie is barren and lacks some sort of information booth that can give visitors a better idea of what Carnegie has to offer as a borough.

Signs like these are too small for drivers, especially out-oftowners, to see. As a result, they will most likely miss the right turn to exit out of Carnegie via the I-376

Out-of-towners, as they come back from the city of Pittsburgh, will likely go straight to the park and ride to get their vehicles instead of crossing over to Carnegie due to the lack of necessary signage.

This welcome sign, found on our way back to Carnegie on Mansfield Blvd, is the epitome of what is wrong with the wayfinding system in Carnegie. For the importance that it holds, the sign is small and the text is not legible, especially at high speed.


ENTRIES & EXITS The primary entry and exit to Carnegie is I-376. Traffic flowing into Carnegie from I-376 represents 15,000 or more vehicles per day. Approximately 14,000 vehicles per day leave Carnegie at I-376. It may be that between 1,000 and 2,000 vehicles enter Carnegie as a pathway to their final destination, never stopping in Carnegie, and utilizing a different route to get back to their home destination. This represents an opportunity to direct these passersby into Carnegie for food, shopping, entertainment and other amenities using wayfinding signage. This may also represent an opportunity for further investigation to identify traffic volume more precisely in these areas.

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I-376 ENTRANCES From Pittsburgh, the exit to Carnegie/Heidelberg can be confusing. After taking the initial exit from I-376 into Carnegie/Heidelberg, the exit splits into two lanes, and each lane is directed in different directions. The sign along the exit indicates that traffic should stay in the right lane to enter Carnegie. This guides traffic directly to Mansfield Boulevard via Jane Street. Google directions indicate that traffic should stay in the left lane to enter Carnegie (marked “Heidelberg” on the highway signage). This leads traffic to Lydia Street, merging with traffic coming to Carnegie from the Airport. Interestingly, the average daily traffic volume on Jane Street toward Mansfield is only about 5,000 vehicles. This may indicate that most traffic coming from Pittsburgh on I-376 is taking the Lydia Street route (marked “Heidelberg” on highway signage) into Carnegie.


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Entering Carnegie From Airport By I-376 The exact average daily traffic volume is unclear, but it is between 6,001 and 15,000 vehicles. While this is a broad range, we know that this street is where all traffic coming from the Airport via I-376 is directed, and where some traffic from Pittsburgh via I-376 may arrive. This is a primary signage location for incoming traffic.

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During our visits to Carnegie, we noticed how dangerous the merge from Carnegie onto I-376 can be. There is no room to merge, and merging traffic must often stop completely before getting on the highway. After having spoken with the Carnegie community, we were able to come up with several alternatives that would potentially help people avoid this dangerous merge while reducing traffic congestion in the Academy Street area. They are as follow: • Direct visitors traveling along West Main Street to take I-79N to Pittsburgh • Direct those traveling along Morrow Street or streets North of Morrow to use the Bell Avenue entrance to Pittsburgh

I-79N entrance to I-376E from W. Main Street to Pittsburgh. Duration: 23 Minutes

Entrance onto I-376E to Pittsburgh from Bell Avenue to Pittsburgh. Duration: 21 minutes.

Wayfinding signage might be differentiated depending on where the driver is in Carnegie. For example, those driving along West Main Street might be directed to I-79 N, while those traveling along Morrow Street or streets North of Morrow toward the Bell Avenue entrance. These alternative routes can also reduce congestion around the Academy Street corridor, which can be significant during weekdays.


CASE STUDIES


City Philadelphia State Pennsylvania Total area 142.6 sq.miles Population 1,536,471 people

REMARKABLE FEATURES The signs documented for this case study are from the “Walk Philadelphia!” pedestrian street signage program located in Philadelphia City Center. Below are several remarkable features that Portland street signage has: • “Walk Philadelphia!” pedestrian street signage program was conceived in 1995 as part of the Streetscape Improvement Project. It was stated to be the largest comprehensive pedestrian sign system in North America. Because of its success and scale, many other U.S cities look to it for inspiration. Portland, OR was amongst those. • Street signage in Philadelphia City Center greatly employs simplified and diagrammatic graphics • Each street sign displays six to ten listings of destinations/amenities that are within the 2 to 5 block radius • The street sign employs the “heads-up” orientation that not only immediately show where the pedestrians are but also orient them to the amenities and destinations. • These street signs are double-faced, color coded and strategically placed at the street corners. They are great for both pedestrians and drivers.


City Portland State Oregon Total area 145.4 sq.miles Population 593,820 people

REMARKABLE FEATURES The signs documented for this case study are from the Portland Metropolitan Area. Below are several remarkable features that Portland street signage has: • Portland has a Pedestrian Signage Sponsorship Program that encourages business owners to sponsor the maintenance and upgrade of pedestrian street signs. • Portland has several iconic signs, both publicly and privately owned, that act as landmarks. Because of their presence, pedestrians are able to navigate throughout the Portland Metropolitan Area. In addition, they are a means for branding of the city’s image and culture. • The sidewalk mounted street signs allow for ease in wayfinding, • The direction text is also written in different languages in order to make wayfinding easy to those whose native language is not English. Consequently, these signs greatly promote cultural diversity • Lastly, Portland’s street signs employ greatly simplified graphics and color coding strategy.


City Cincinnati State Ohio Total area 79.6 sq.miles Population 296,223 people

REMARKABLE FEATURES The signs documented for this case study are from the Cincinnati City Center. Below are several remarkable features that Cincinnati street signage has: • Cincinnati street signs are installed as part of the “Over the Rhine” project which aims to attract people back to the Cincinnati City Center. For the past decades, the area of Cincinnati City Center suffered from deterioration and loss of population. With these signs installed, visitors would be introduced to many amenities and destinations in the area. • The sidewalk mounted street signs allow for ease in way finding, • Lastly, Cincinnati’s street signs employ greatly simplified graphics and color coding strategy.


SIGNAGE PROPOSAL


VEHICULAR SIGNAGE LOCATION METHODOLOGY • Using the maps provided in the document, “Borough of Carnegie: Community Market and Demographic Report” and online resources such as Google Maps, we identified the major entry and exit points to and from Carnegie. We estimated the average daily traffic volume passing by those points by extrapolating the data in the demographic report to the actual entrance and exit points. • Using this approach, we identified the primary, secondary, tertiary and minor entrances and exits. We also included the entrance and exit from the Carnegie Office Park. The average daily traffic volume at the Carnegie Office Park is unknown. However, we assume that this can be considered a primary opportunity for vehicle wayfinding signage, since those who work in the office park might utilize the services in Carnegie if they are made aware of them. • The primary entrance and exit to Carnegie is I-376. The secondary entrance and exit is Washington Avenue. Approximately 16,000 vehicles utilize this route every day. The tertiary entrances/exits are West Main Street and Forsythe/Chestnut Street. The average daily traffic volume in each of these areas is between 10,000 and 14,999 vehicles. Next, the Campbell’s Run Road and 3rd Street entrances/exits have an average daily traffic volume of between 5,000 and 9,999 vehicles. Finally, the Collier Avenue entrance/ exit has an average daily traffic volume of less than 5,000.

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Banks 20,000 or more

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS • Most of these entrance/exit points have no (or very small!) signage to indicate that drivers are entering/ exiting Carnegie. Each of these areas – at least those identified as primary, secondary, and tertiary entry/ exit points – should have prominent signage to welcome and thank visitors to Carnegie. • On Forsythe Street, traffic passes very closely by Carnegie Park. However, there is little or no signage here to indicate that this amenity is available. This is a great opportunity for prominent wayfinding signage on both sides of the road to let drivers know how to enter the park.

RECOMMENDATIONS From the traffic analysis, we were able to identify the major opportunities for vehicular signage. The areas that we identified will capture the most traffic, and bring drivers to the center of Carnegie. We have also recommended signage at the Park-n-Ride stations to capture drivers leaving and entering these parking lots. Some vehicle signage is located at the outer edges of Carnegie, which will help direct visitors toward the central points of interest.


PHASING OF RECOMMENDATIONS We have broken the recommendations into “phases” or priority levels based on the traffic volume and the proximity to main points of interest. These are first impressions, and may be adjusted depending on local preferences.

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PEDESTRIAN SIGNAGE LOCATION METHODOLOGY • The comfortable walking distance for an average person could be considered as approximately half a mile (10 minutes walking time). It might vary according to the age of the pedestrian (older people might want to walk lesser and people with an athletic build might not mind walking much more than that) and also on various other factors like weather, topography, street character etc. Thus, on an average, for our analysis we have considered that the maximum distance a person would want to walk is around a half mile from the points of interest. Therefore, it makes more sense to concentrate most of the signage in a half mile radius from the points of interest, unlike the vehicular wayfinding systems which are spread out throughout the neighborhood. • Most of the amenities and points of interest like offices, retail, restaurants etc. are located on Main St, Mansfield Blvd, Washington St and 3rd St. Thus, it is important to have the signage close to these streets.

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• Identification of the existing pedestrian infrastructure, i.e. existing sidewalk network to ensure that it is possible to walk wherever we propose to install the wayfinding systems. • Whenever they have to cover larger distances, pedestrians commute by public transit (bus and light rail), especially when they are coming into Carnegie from Pittsburgh or any other adjacent boroughs. It is important for them to know what all can Carnegie offer. For the people who live in Carnegie but work elsewhere it is a good idea to keep them informed about the latest events in the neighborhood by installing the wayfinding systems on all the major bus stops, especially the ones that fall on the outbound stops (the ones where the people get off the bus while entering Carnegie).


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GENERAL OBSERVATIONS Most of the transit stops have no or very little information about Carnegie or any events happening nearby. These are the places where people coming from outside of Carnegie get off and get a first impression of the neighborhood. Thus, each of these stops and other prominent locations where people first enter Carnegie should have prominent signage to inform visitors about the facilities and amenities around that particular area.

RECOMMENDATIONS From the analysis of the major points of interests, the network of sidewalks and public transit, we were able to identify the major opportunities for pedestrian signage. The areas that we identified will capture most pedestrian traffic from the neighborhoods around Carnegie.

PHASING OF RECOMMENDATIONS Like the vehicular signage, the pedestrian signage would also be divided into phases so that it is easier for Carnegie wayfinding committee to decide which locations they would prefer in case of lack of budget or time or any other unforeseen incidence. Although all the locations suggested are of great importance, they can be prioritized and categorized into three phases. We have broken the recommendations into “phases� or priority levels based on the concentration and proximity to main points of interest and in the different ways in which they could be accessed. These are first impressions, and may be adjusted depending on local preferences.


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• Although Carnegie and Bell Station are both primarily Park-n-Ride stations and have vehicular signage, we included them in pedestrian signage locations because from the time the people get down the light rail and reach their cars, they are more or less pedestrians. Since the footfall at these stations is much higher than other areas in Carnegie, it is very important to include them in the locations for pedestrian signage too. Some of the other locations are at the outbound transit stops where people are coming in from outside of Carnegie. • Carnegie Park is close the border of Carnegie and people from many adjacent neighborhoods come to the park for leisure purposes. This park is a major opportunity to bring more people from outside to the center of Carnegie. • There are a few other locations where we are proposing signage for both pedestrians and vehicular traffic. This is because these are important places with many points of interests clustered at a single location and because they experience a larger traffic flow as compared to other parts of Carnegie. BELL AVENUE

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CONCLUSIONS


IMPLICATIONS With the new wayfinding and street signage system established, Carnegie would be able to achieve the following: • Attract more people to the Central Business District of Carnegie • Improve local economy and increase business’s patronage • Ease in wayfinding • Reduce traffic congestion • Increase community cohesion • Increase walkability and public transit ridership in Carnegie • Reduce reliance on vehicles • Retain population, thus prevent sprawl • Serve as an example for future wayfinding systems

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES • • • • •

Enhance pedestrian access at West Main street at Jefferson street, and Anthony street at Lydia street Connect Main street to NorthWestern residential area Improve existing pedestrian infrastructure such as sidewalks and crosswalks Integrate public art into the branding effort of Carnegie Increase open green spaces


REFERENCES • “Borough of Carnegie Community Market and Demographic Report.” Town Center Associates, Jan. 6, 2011 • “You are Here: A Guide to Developing Pedestrian Wayfinding.” State Government of Victoria, 2011. Web. Mar. 25, 2013. www.transport.vic.gov.au • http://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/40500 • Bike Portland - http://bikeportland.org/2010/08/16/pbot-installs-new-bike-boulevard-wayfindingsigns-37888 • “Wayfinding and Public Art: A Handbook for the Lloyd District” The Lloyd District Wayfinding and Public Art Working Group, Jan 2003 • Luminant Design - http://www.luminantdesign.com/work/portland.html • Nevuengan Design - http://nevuengan.com/urban-design/portland-wayfinding-signage-project • “Walk Philadelphia! Info Sheet” Destination Philadelphia • University of Pennsylvania - http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/v48/n08/UCDsigns.html • “Pedestrian Wayfinding” The Greater Philadelphia Pedestrian & Bicycle Summit 2013, David Kanthor, April 30th 2013.


APPENDIX


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Quaker State Construction Company Ukrainian-American Citizens Vollmer of America Corporation Carnegie Office Park

Line Computer Carnegie Boro Tax Collector AMIS Co Cindrich Law Office Pennsylvania Motor Speedway American Wills & Estates David P. Gaudio Law Office Max 7 Real Estate

Main St. Frame Co The Hill Group, Inc. James Construction Londonbury Homes Case Technologies Becker and Co JP Meyers & Associates Precision Sign & Awning

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7-Eleven Ribbon, The Gift of Choice Red Box Custom Vehicle Outfitters Antiques & Collectibles HQ Reaction Nutrition LLC Petromax Limited Twin Flooring

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Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Church St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish Second Baptist Church Ahavath Achim Congregation Attawheed Islamic Church

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Cornerstone Human Resource Park Your Paws Pet Care Carnegie Police Department Carnegie Volunteer Fire Rescue US Post Office

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