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Name not shown inside ward 1 December 10, 2018, 4:42 PM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
No


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
I agree


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
I agree


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
No opinion


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
I agree


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
I agree


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
Yes


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I agree


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
I agree


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
I agree


24. What do you think about the crosswalk location proposed in this segment?
I agree


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

Yes


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
No


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I agree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
I agree

Name not shown inside ward 2 December 9, 2018, 9:21 AM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
I agree


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
I agree


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
No opinion


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
No opinion


8. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 1?
AATA bus stops on northbound Nixon - Are there ways for pedestrians to walk to bus stops on sidewalks and crosswalks? and a place for bus riders to wait for buses on a sidewalk?


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
I agree


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
I agree


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
No opinion


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
Yes


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I agree


16. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 2?
Dedicated and striped bike lanes in both directions on Nixon are needed, for sure. The 4 ft buffer for bike lanes seems like a lot of paving - is there evidence that this really increase bike safety?


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

No opinion


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
I agree


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
I agree


24. What do you think about the crosswalk location proposed in this segment?
No opinion


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
No opinion


26. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 3?
Bike lanes needed for sure.Bike buffer lane seems like a lot of paving - are these really needed?
What will prevent cars from making left turns onto Nixon from Argonne, Westbury, Haverhill, and South Spurway? There does not appear to be a median in this stretch of Nixon. If only a painted white line is supposed to keep cars from left turns onto Nixon, I think people will ignore and make the left turn over the center white line.


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

No


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
No opinion


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I disagree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
I agree


33. Please add any additional feedback you have related to project area 4.
AATA should not extend to Barclay - This would increase travel time for all riders; Riders from Barclay can walk to Duh Varren.
Keep bike lanes for sure; not so sure about 4 ft buffer - seems like a lot of paving.
Medians north and south of Barclay Roundabout are not needed - inconsistent with existing conditions of no median.

Warren Attarian inside ward 2 December 7, 2018, 12:50 PM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
I disagree


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
I disagree


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
I agree


8. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 1?
In order to provide an interruption of traffic flow which will better enable traffic entering Nixon from all of Northbury and North Oaks two traffic lights are proposed, Bluett and the north Nixon entrance opposite Barckley park.


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
I disagree


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
I agree


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
No opinion


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I agree


16. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 2?
10 ft wide Cross walk at Traver needs to be marked and signaled.
Again consider traffic light at Bluett.


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
I disagree


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
I disagree


24. What do you think about the crosswalk location proposed in this segment?
I agree


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
No opinion


26. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 3?
Addition of a traffic light at the north egress from North Oaks opposite Barckley Park interrupts the (township) unseen traffic coming over the highway bridge at too high a speed for any immediate traffic circle. This interruption will give nortbury outbound traffic time to make left and right turns on to Nixon. Traffic from the Green rd and DhuVaron circle is considerably lighter.


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

Yes


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
Yes


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I disagree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
I agree


33. Please add any additional feedback you have related to project area 4.
Ref: 29: Add a traffic light in lieu of this round about: This light will allow the new circle at Green to work more efficiently.
PS: Traver and west bound Warren from Nixon to Pontiac Trail should be paved ASAP

Name not shown inside ward 2 December 7, 2018, 12:49 PM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
I agree


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
I agree


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
I agree


8. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 1?
I agree with the design as shown north of Huron Parkway but I think the Huron Pkwy round about should be removed and replaced with a traffic light. I think the Nixon service rd cut through is something to be considered with the residents. The boulevard along Nixon presents some problems that need to be discussed. A boulevard design is important and has not been presented fully. This boulevard may be so narrow that it will not always be visible. How will it present in snow and how will it be maintained. Also it would restrict left turns even when the traffic is very light. If things work without the boulevard, perhaps we do not need them.


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
I disagree


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
No opinion


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
I agree


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


26. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 3?
The natural features , especially the oaks along the east side of Nixon must be preserved. A light at Bluet or Traver would make a traffic circle or left turn restriction unnecessary here. Has this idea been considered?


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

Yes


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
Yes


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I agree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
No opinion


33. Please add any additional feedback you have related to project area 4.
A light at Barclay way and the North Oaks Access , no. 29, would help control for traffic coming into the city from the nortnnhern townships. It would provide for a better traffic flow through the traffic circle at Dhuvarren and Green. Ideally this light would be north of the bridge over the highway.


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
I agree


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
I agree


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
Yes


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I agree


16. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 2?
I believe a traffic light at this area, either at Traverse or Bluet would be safer in light of the schools and high use at the two streets. The light would also allow for better exit from residents upstream.

Name not shown inside ward 2 November 29, 2018, 9:44 AM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
I agree


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
I agree


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
I agree


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
I agree


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
I agree


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
Yes


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I agree


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
I agree


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
I agree


24. What do you think about the crosswalk location proposed in this segment?
I agree


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

Yes


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
Yes


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I agree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
I agree

Name not shown inside ward 2 November 28, 2018, 2:29 PM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
I disagree


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
I agree


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
I disagree


8. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 1?
You are creating an obstacle course with this many roundabouts in a relatively short length of roadway. Where are you going to get the additional property to add a center median to Nixon Road? Why isn't the massive Toll Brothers complex contributing a major share of the cost of this project? How is a two lane road with or without roundabouts going to handle the addition of at least 600 cars with the Toll Brothers project? Should your efforts be on widening Nixon Road instead of this expensive obstacle course?


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
I disagree


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
I agree


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
No opinion


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I agree


16. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 2?
Two roundabouts in this short a stretch of road is at least one roundabout too many. You are creating an obstacle course. Also, as I have mentioned in my earlier comment on area 1, none of this seems to take in account the massive Toll Brothers project which will add a lot of additional traffic to this two-lane street.


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
I disagree


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
I disagree


24. What do you think about the crosswalk location proposed in this segment?
I agree


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


26. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 3?
For the third time, I will note that this project ignores the reality of the massive Toll Brothers housing project. A two lane Nixon Road will not be able to handle the additional traffic. You should be looking to widen the street.


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

No opinion


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
Yes


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I disagree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
I disagree


33. Please add any additional feedback you have related to project area 4.
Nixon road needs to be widened to 4 lanes in order to handle the additional traffic resulting from the massive Toll Brothers housing development. The road is barely adequate as it is to handle existing traffic. The obstacle course-like features of this many roundabouts in such a short stretch of road is not the answer to the problem of heavy traffic. Also, Toll Brothers should be contributing to any Nixon Road project given the additional traffic that its development will put on Nixon Road.

Name not shown inside ward 2 November 28, 2018, 1:48 PM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
I agree


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
I agree


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
I agree


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
I agree


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
No opinion


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
Yes


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I disagree


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
I agree


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
I agree


24. What do you think about the crosswalk location proposed in this segment?
I disagree


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

Yes


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
Yes


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I disagree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
I agree

Martin Sager inside ward 2 November 28, 2018, 11:03 AM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
No opinion


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
No opinion


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
No opinion


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
I agree


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
No


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
No opinion


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


26. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 3?
There are lots of nice old trees along nixon where the road dips. If possible I'd like to preserve those oak trees.

Name not shown inside ward 2 November 27, 2018, 7:12 PM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
No opinion


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
No opinion


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
No opinion


8. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 1?
no


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
I agree


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
I agree


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
No opinion


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
Yes


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I agree


16. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 2?
no


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
No opinion


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
No opinion


24. What do you think about the crosswalk location proposed in this segment?
I agree


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


26. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 3?
no


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

No


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
Yes


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I disagree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
I agree

Name not shown inside ward 2 November 27, 2018, 5:51 PM

1. Do you have feedback about project area 1? If no, please skip to question 9.
Yes


2. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting left turns from Aurora Street onto Nixon Road?
No opinion


3. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


4. Removing the crosswalk at Aurora Street and adding a new crosswalk at Sandalwood Circle (north) will improve safety by reducing potential conflict points between vehicles and pedestrians, and locating it in an area with lower speeds. What do you think about this proposed change?
I agree


5. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


6. The design for the Sandalwood roundabout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about the updated layout of the Sandalwood roundabout?
I agree


8. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 1?
The boulevard seems very unnecessary for this road, and I think it is poor use of tax payer dollars. Also, I the roundabout does not seem necessary. I believe some of the issues that this upgrade attempts to fix were raised prior to the Nixon / Green / Dhu Varren roundabout, and I don't think we should base decisions on stale data.


9. Do you have specific feedback related to project area 2? If no, please skip to question 17.
Yes


10. Restricting left turns will reduce delay for all drivers and improve safety by providing fewer conflict points. What do you think about restricting the left turns at Nadia Court and the Clague School driveway?
No opinion


11. The design for the sidewalk layout has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features and adjacent properties. What do you think about the revised sidewalk layout?
No opinion


12. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in this area?
I disagree


13. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


14. Do you like the locations of the 5-foot-wide crosswalks at the Bluett Drive roundabout?
No opinion


15. The crosswalk at Traver Boulevard is anticipated to be heavily used during school and therefore is shown as 10 feet wide and located on the south side of the Traver Boulevard roundabout. What do you think about the width and location of this crosswalk?

I agree


16. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 2?
The boulevard seems very unnecessary for this road, and I think it is poor use of tax payer dollars. Also, I think the Bluett roundabout is the only worthwhile additional roundabout for all project areas. I believe some of the issues that this upgrade attempts to fix were raised prior to the Nixon / Green / Dhu Varren roundabout, and I don't think we should base decisions on stale data.


17. Do you have feedback related to project area 3? If no, please skip to question 27.
Yes


18. The design for the Argonne Drive intersection has been updated to reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about removing the previously proposed roundabout at Argonne Drive?

I agree


19. Eliminating left turns will reduce the road width, minimize impacts to natural features, and improve safety by reducing conflict points. What do you think about restricting all left turns at Argonne Drive?
I disagree


20. What do you think about maintaining the existing sidewalk along the east side and portions of the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


21. The design connects gaps in the sidewalk system. What do you think about having connected sidewalks along the west side of Nixon Road?
I agree


22. The design shows a narrow median to reduce road width and minimize impacts to natural features. What do you think about a narrow median on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


23. Eliminating left turns at Westbury Court, Haverhill Court and South Spurway Drive will reduce driver delays, improve safety, and reduce impacts to natural features. What do you think about restricting these left turns?
I disagree


24. What do you think about the crosswalk location proposed in this segment?
I disagree


25. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about the 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


26. Would you like to add any additional feedback related to project area 3?
I think the additional roundabout off of Bluett in Project Area #2 is the only necessary new roundabout. I believe some of the issues that this upgrade attempts to fix were raised prior to the Nixon / Green / Dhu Varren roundabout, and I don't think we should base decisions on stale data.


27. Do you have feedback related to project area 4? If no, thank you for completing the survey.
Yes


28. AAATA manages bus service in the City. Do you think AAATA bus service should be extended from Dhu Varren Road to Barclay Way?

No opinion


29. The roundabout at Barclay Way is intended to improve traffic flow based on the engineering analysis and traffic modeling. Some community feedback indicates interest in fewer roundabouts.This roundabout would be the most logical to eliminate, as it is at a terminal end. Should it be eliminated?
Yes


30. A painted cross-hatch marking on the street is referred to as a buffer. Providing a buffer between vehicle lanes and bike lanes can improve bicyclist safety. What do you think about providing a 4-foot buffer between the vehicle lanes and bike lanes on Nixon Road in this area?
I agree


31. The design shows two lanes of traffic separated by a landscaped center median, i.e. a boulevard. What do you think about the proposed boulevard on Nixon Road in the Barclay Way area?
I disagree


32. Do you agree with the two-lane section on Nixon Road north and south of the Barclay Way roundabout?
I disagree


33. Please add any additional feedback you have related to project area 4.
I think the roundabout in Project 2 is the only necessary new roundabout (off of Bluett).