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PRECEDENTS
Recommendations:
-For the safety and enjoyment of the
greatest number of users the path
should be designed for a maximum
of 20 mph. The speed of bicycle
traffic can be moderated through
path curvature, horizontal and
vertical curvature and changes to its
perceived width.
-Path circulation should be clearly
communicated through a stripe on
the shared-use path and varying its
shade, color, material.
-Widen pathway at access points and
intersections.
-In addition to making the Oneida Rail
Trail a safe nighttime destination in
Oneida, lighting should be sufficient
to provide wayfinding, information,
prevent accidents, or other injury,
and identify the presence of other
users in the space.
-Lighting should be a mix of overhead
and low lights.
-Should be lit from dusk to dawn.

Capital Crescent Trail


Location: Washington D.C. & Maryland
Type: Rails to Trails

Chicago Lakefront Trail:


Location: Chicago, IL
Type: Lakefront Beach Trail

Connective Corridor
Location: Syracuse, NY
Type: Urban Cycling Network

Queens Quay
Location: Toronto, Canada
Type: Urban Cycling Network

Recommendations:
-For the safety and enjoyment of the
greatest number of users the path
should be designed for a maximum
of 20 mph. The speed of bicycle
traffic can be moderated through
path curvature, horizontal and
vertical curvature and changes to its
perceived width.
-Path circulation should be clearly
communicated through a stripe on
the shared-use path and varying its
shade, color, material.
-Widen pathway at access points and
intersections.
-In addition to making the Oneida Rail
Trail a safe nighttime destination in
Oneida, lighting should be sufficient
to provide wayfinding, information,
prevent accidents, or other injury,
and identify the presence of other
users in the space.
-Lighting should be a mix of overhead
and low lights.
-Should be lit from dusk to dawn.

Willow Street

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2A

Warner Street

Willow Street

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2A

Warner Street

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PLANTING
Recommendations:
-Planting on the Oneida Rail Trail
should provide the opportunity for
rich engagement with the natural
world. Planting design along the trail
will mimic certain aspects of natural
systems.
-Select species that offer the
greatest variety and sensory interest
throughout the year, while also
providing important microclimatic
protection from sun and wind.
-Use the varying moisture conditions
on the site to help establish a more
diverse habitat/bio-swale.
-Incorporate information about
plants and ecology into signage.
-Special consideration will be given
to plant species that will attract and
provide habitat for birds and insects,
while also providing seasonal color
and interest.
-Criteria for inclusion should include
persistent winter foliage, showy
spring flowers and wildlife benefits,
among others. Species should
be hardy, salt tolerant and low
maintenance.

Jan
Blue Star
Boltonia
Boltonia
Blazing Star
Canada Anemone

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

South Sidewalk [3 wide]

Amsonia tabernaemontana
Boltonia asteroides
Liatris spicata
Anemone canadensis
Asclepias tuberosa
Lobelia cardinalis
Solidago rugosa

Slanted Parking [20 wide]

Cardinal Flower
Goldenrod
Great Blue Lobelia
Chrysopsis mariana
Green & Gold
Eupatorium greggii
Joe Pye Weed
New England Aster Symphyotrichum novae-belgii
River Oats

Two- Way Street [30 wide]

Switchgrass
White Turtlehead
Wild Geranium

Habitat/Vegetation Corridor [6 wide]

Panicum virgatum
Chelone glabra
Geranium maculatum

Two-Way Bike Traffic [8 wide]


Widened Pedestrian Walkway [5 wide]

Existing Vegetation near City Hall

ONEIDA ST.

Description:
-The measurements of the road were
narrowed to slow down traffic in the
area.
-Pedestrian and bike lanes were
measured to be ADA compliant.
-A bioswale was created to take in
runoff from paved street, minimizing
the amount of contaminants flowing
off site. This swale was also used as
a buffer between the road and bike
path to insure user safety.

1=50
NORTH --->

Warner Street

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2B

Broad Street

Warner Street

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2B

Broad Street

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MATERIAL
Recommendations:
-Sustainable materials i.e. black locust

ART
Recommendations:
-Use a wide range of artistic approaches
-Strength the community and stewardship of the ORT through the arts
-Incorporate history into the art
installations
-There should be opportunities for
artistic design and fabrication
-Encourage the installation of interactive art
-Develop programming coordination
with schools and local agencies in
the community.

Broad Street

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2C

Lake Street

Broad Street

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2C

Lake Street

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Broad Street

Main Street:
-Main St was reformed to give trail
users more priority on the road.
-Originally there were no crosswalks
and now there is safer circulation by
adding 3 crosswalks.
-This gets people to their destination
by getting them across the street as
quickly and safely as possible.

Lake Street

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WAYFINDING
Recommendations:
-Wayfinding and signage throughout
the ORT will contribute to the
users comfortable experience of
the trail. Information signage will
help to integrate the trail into the
surrounding urban network.
-The wayfinding systems, location
specific signage, and graphic identity
of the trail should be consistent.
-Wayfinding at street level should
clearly direct people to and from
safe crossing points, and provide
information about distance between
access points for multiple types of
trail users.
-Wayfinding
should
providing
temporal, community based signage
such as community message boards,
as well as information about the site
that might facilitate self-guided tours.
-Identify adjacent schools and bicycle
facilities.
-Access points should be located at
intersections. Where there are midblock access points, wayfinding and
street improvements should guide
people to the closest stop-controlled
crossing.

Lake Street

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2D

Harden Street

Lake Street

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2D

Harden Street

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SOURCING
Recommendations:
-Providing jobs
-Source and fabricate locally
-Propagate plants near town to save
money
-Reuse materials to avoid trucking
and dumping fees

MAINTENANCE
Recommendations:
-Community stewardship
-Sustainable waste removal and
recycling
-Community stewardship
-Routine plant care