Do you find some streets in Syracuse difficult to use because of how they are designed or managed?
The Inclusive Public Space research project at the University of Leeds, together with the Burton Blatt Institute, want to hear about your experiences as a pedestrian! More information about the project is available at https://inclusivepublicspace.leeds.ac.uk/.
They want to hear from pedestrians who have had any kind of difficulty with roads, streets or sidewalks in the city of Syracuse – particularly people with disabilities, older adults, parents or caregivers. Anybody interested can participate without leaving their home, as all interactions can be by phone or online. Please consider participating and spreading the word.
If you’re interested in participating, or would like further information, please let them know by:
– submitting your details at Inclusive Public Space Project – Expression of Interest Form (link: https://leeds.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/expression-of-interest_usa);
– email at IPS.Project@leeds.ac.uk, or
– phone (voice/relay/text) at 678-701-3771 or 315-314-4179.