Safe roads for pedestrian is a popular catchword now-a-days. During next twenty years, pedestrian in Dhaka city will be a serious headache to the city planners. Among several road user groups; Pedestrians are most vulnerable, on the contrary, they are less prioritized. Pedestrians are the victim of most fatality and casualty occurred in Dhaka city. Like other mega cities, pedestrian volume here is very high and it is very densely—especially in peak hours. Many foot over bridges have already been constructed at different locations in the city to solve pedestrian-vehicle conflict at busy roads. However, number of foot over bridges in Dhaka are negligible comparing to huge pedestrian demand. In this study, questioner surveys will be conducted to investigate performance of existing foot over bridge facilities and possible causes of people’s reluctance to the use of foot over bridges will be tried to identify. Several issues or key factors will be incorporated in the survey form and people will be allowed to fill up those voluntarily. Results of the survey will be compared to some common attributes of people’s reluctance using foot over bridges like inconvenience, unawareness of the risk in crossing the street, poor accessibility, congested foot over bridges, lack of security, time consuming and bad surroundings. Usually these are the common reasons that foot over bridges remain under-served and become ineffective to meet public demand. In this research, major problems associated with foot over bridges and its overall performances will be assessed. Later, a regression model will be suggested to identify attributes regarding pedestrian foot over bridges. These key factors can be taken under consideration for future planning of pedestrian facilities. Proper planning will make foot over bridges more popular and feasible to meet huge pedestrian demand. In addition, pedestrian-vehicle related accidents will be reduced significantly.