Avent Ferry Corridor Study Design Alternatives Survey

Thank you for your interest in the Avent Ferry Corridor Study Design Alternatives. Please provide your feedback on our survey to help us develop a long-term vision for the corridor.

Catalyst Sites

A. Mission Valley Shopping Center

City of Raleigh Poll:
1. Which height option do you prefer for buildings at the Mission Valley Shopping Center?
Tapered from 3 to 7
41%
Less than 5 stories
24%
More than 7 stories
16%
5 stories
11%
7 stories
8%
Closed to responses | 553 Responses

City of Raleigh Poll:
2. Which frontage (setback) do you prefer for any new buildings at the Mission Valley Shopping Center?

Green – Building farther from street, with landscaping
82%
Urban – Building closer to street
18%
Closed to responses | 489 Responses

B. Gorman Street Shopping Center

City of Raleigh Poll:
1. Which height option do you prefer for the shopping center at Avent Ferry Road and Gorman Street?
Tapered from 3 to 5
44%
3 stories
34%
More than 5 stories
13%
5 stories
7%
4 stories
3%
Closed to responses | 478 Responses

City of Raleigh Poll:
2. What frontage (setback) do you prefer for the shopping center at Avent Ferry Road and Gorman Street?
Green – Building farther from street, with landscaping
85%
Urban – Building closer to street
15%
Closed to responses | 465 Responses

Street Sections

C. Western to Varsity

City of Raleigh Poll:
1. For the segment from Western Boulevard to Varsity Drive, which street section do you prefer?
One-way bike lane on each side
71%
Two-way bike lane, on southbound side
29%
Closed to responses | 453 Responses

D.    Varsity to Gorman

City of Raleigh Poll:
1. For the segment from Varsity Drive to Gorman Street, what street section do you prefer?
Smaller median / Bike lane separated from the sidewalk with tree planting strip
62%
Larger median with trees / Bike lane separated from the sidewalk with bollards
38%
Closed to responses | 445 Responses

E.    Gorman to Tryon

City of Raleigh Poll:
For the segment from Gorman Street to Tryon Road, what do you think about this street section?
Closed for Comments