On May 5th and 6th the Corridor Planning Program team had the opportunity to meet, share, and discuss with the community on six Jane’s Walks (walking tours) along 22nd Street W and 8th Street E. The objectives of these walks were to share some ideas about residential infill, record the current condition of the built environment, and gain insight on the pedestrian experience along these two major corridors. Participants were asked to take a short online questionnaire following the walk, which helped to capture their impressions of the area. The results will be shared at an open house this fall. On the walks, community members shared a variety of perspectives on how these corridors meet their needs, where improvements are required, and where there are opportunities for enhancements. Lots of discussion involved the upgrades needed for those with reduced mobility, sight and/or hearing and the requirements that are needed to ensure a healthy environment for future residential development. If you were not able to join a walk, there is still the opportunity to share your experience as a pedestrian along 22nd Street and 8th Street.