Material selected for the line segment should represent the material that makes up most of the surface for the segment.
Type of sidewalks are defined as path (at-grade) or grade-separated.
Remove this sidewalk from the dataset. There is no sidewalk present at this time or the alignment shown is incorrect.
Approximate length of the sidewalk feature as calculated by the software. Not verified.
Assumed – Ramps where the physical ramp cannot be confirmed, but assumed based on context (crosswalks, side flares, etc.) Please help us improve the inventory by registering to become an editor. You can use the tools provided in the Edit portion of the Pedestrian Portal to determine if the ramp is existing or missing.
Is a detectable warning surface present? (A detectable warning surface means the ramp has a rough texture embedded in the surface.)
Ramp position describes the physical location of the ramp and how it conveys pedestrians from a sidewalk to a crosswalk.
Remove this ramp from the dataset. This is only applicable in locations where recent infrastructure improvements have been made, where the data is now out of date.
What type of crosswalk is it?
Remove this crosswalk from the dataset. There is no ramp present at this time.
Approximate length of the crosswalk feature. Not verified.
Image sources: DVRPC’s orthoimagery; Google StreetView