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The project logo Capital Boulevard North: Bikes and Businesses Survey

The project logo Capital Boulevard North: Bikes and Businesses Survey

The Capital Boulevard North Corridor Study is proposing to add bicycle and pedestrian facilities along streets near Capital Boulevard. You can use this survey to state your level of interest in new facilities. You can also make suggestions about where pedestrian crossings or bicycle paths should go. The last question has a link to the policy goals for the entire study. Use the comment box to comment on the policies.

Before responding to the survey questions below, you can review the presentation about the proposed bicycle and pedestrian facilities. Click this link to view the presentation.

A buffered bicycle lane

To what extent would you be more likely to ride a bicycle in your neighborhood if there was a painted bicycle lane on your street like the one shown in the image above?
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Is there a street in your neighborhood where you would like to see a bicycle lane? If you answer yes, please write the name of the street in the comment box.
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No
I don't know
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Crosswalk with separate bicycle lane

To what extent would you be more likely to walk to places like stores, parks, or bus stops if there were clearly marked pedestrian crossing areas on streets OTHER than Capital Boulevard (such as Calvary Drive or Trawick Road) like the one shown above?
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Is there an intersection in or near your neighborhood where you would like to see a dedicated pedestrian crossing? If you answer yes, please write the name of the two intersecting streets in the comment box.
Yes
No
I don't know
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The Capital Boulevard North corridor study includes policies and actions to help the community reach the goals of the study. You can read a draft document of the policies and actions at this link. Please use the box below to share any thoughts you have about the document. 

Share your thoughts on the draft policies and actions.