Trumansburg Road/NYS Route 96 Pedestrian Corridor Study Online Survey

The Town of Ithaca is conducting a study to improve pedestrian accessibility along Trumansburg Road/Route 96 within a 1.3 mile study corridor stretching from City of Ithaca (Cliff Street) northerly past Cayuga Medical Center to Hayts Road.

 The goal of this study is to identify potential sidewalk routes and potential connections to the City of Ithaca sidewalk system and/or the NYS Parks Black Diamond Trail, and then, prioritize necessary pedestrian improvements. This may include upgrades to existing traffic controls and associated crosswalks as well as potential locations for new crosswalks.

 The Town is also conducting a survey to gather community input. The purpose of this survey is to collect information regarding the current level and type of roadway usage as well as insights regarding existing barriers and potential pedestrian infrastructure improvements.


We need your input!

Your input plays a crucial role in developing a vision for a more pedestrian-friendly corridor along Trumansburg Road/NYS Route 96. Thank you for your participation.


Please participate in the online survey!

Use the link below to access the survey.


For more information, please contact:

Michael Smith , Senior Planner, Town of Ithaca