Petition to request that the new poorly designed crosswalks on A1A in Brevard be removed!

Petition to request that the new poorly designed crosswalks on A1A in Brevard be removed!

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Karen Webber started this petition to Governor Ron DeSantis and

The Citizens of Brevard County would like to request that the newly installed crosswalks on Highway A1A , located between Pineda Causeway and Melbourne Causeway be removed immediately.  SPECIFICALLY THOSE LOCATED NOT AT AN INTERSECTION WITH A STOPLIGHT. We also ask that a complete stop to any new crosswalks be placed pending a citizen review committee and including elected official Scott Ellis with formal approval of any new locations. A huge majority of the residents living and commuting through these NEW crosswalks feel very strongly that they pose a IMMINENT SAFETY HAZARD to both pedestrians & drivers!  We do not want to wait for the flashing beacon lights to be installed or a "FDOT study of data" to have these new crosswalks removed.  Both the Mayor of Cocoa Beach and the Mayor of Titusville have already had these same crosswalks removed citing design & safety issues. Titusville Mayor Walt Johnson called for the removal of his "flashing crosswalk beacon" on U.S. 1 with concerns of "someone getting run over" and "views of pedestrians being dangerously blocked". Hundreds of residents that live & walk to the beach have expressed extreme safety concerns with the location of these new crosswalks, with or without the flashing beacons. Please listen to your citizens, and do the right thing by removing these poorly designed crosswalks. Thank you! 

Latest newspaper article:

https://www.floridatoday.com/story/news/2019/03/14/crosswalk-flashing-beacons-criticized-brevard-officials-18-installed-along-a-1-a/3106988002/

Social media posts with hundreds of comments from local residents:

https://www.facebook.com/575374492568934/posts/1855176987922005?sfns=mo

https://www.facebook.com/SatelliteBeach/photos/a.575374582568925/1849570738482630?type=3&sfns=mo

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