Tempe officials are developing recommendations for street improvements along Smith Road, between Apache Boulevard and University Drive, that would improve access for pedestrians and bicyclists, according to a news release from the city of Tempe.

Recommendations will include improvements to enhance visibility as well as bicycle and pedestrian safety in the project area.

The safety improvements could include pavement markings and signage for bike lanes, sidewalks, bus shelters, Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant ramps/driveway improvements, landscaping and lighting, according to the release.

This project will link to an existing project planned along Smith Road, between University Drive and Rio Salado Parkway, resulting in a mile of improvements, according to the release.

The city wants to hear how residents use the street and what would make it more walkable and bikeable. Comments will be accepted online through Tuesday, May 31, at https://tempe.gov/forum.