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Name not shown inside ward 5 January 27, 2020, 8:47 AM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Are there any other elements that impact your crosswalk experience as a driver or pedestrian? Please explain.
as driver almostrear ended on Plymouth Rd as walker at Stadium near Arbor Farms almost hit twice


Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)


Name not shown outside wards January 27, 2020, 1:09 AM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



With which transportation mode do you most identify?
As a driver

Name not shown inside ward 1 January 26, 2020, 7:10 PM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



With which transportation mode do you most identify?
As a pedestrian, As a driver

Name not shown outside wards January 26, 2020, 6:22 PM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Are there any other elements that impact your crosswalk experience as a driver or pedestrian? Please explain.
Motorist respect for crosswalks. Change of pavement type in areas where pedestrians are expected. Narrow travel lanes to encourage drivers to slow down where pedestrians are expected. Reduced speed limits.


Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Place as many pins as you would like. Use + and - in the bottom right corner to zoom.
Pin at 42.278594, -83.740789 (Eliminate traffic signals. Consider shared use space (woonerf). Eliminate curbs. Replace pavement with pavers or other road surface to cue drivers of ped/bike friendly space. OR maybe a scramble.)

Name not shown inside ward 3 January 26, 2020, 3:43 PM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Are there any other elements that impact your crosswalk experience as a driver or pedestrian? Please explain.
*At night* on Packard (from Stadium to State Street) it is very difficult to see pedestrians waiting to cross.


Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



With which transportation mode do you most identify?
As a driver


Place as many pins as you would like. Use + and - in the bottom right corner to zoom.
Pin at 42.256059, -83.7264 (Flashing beacons? Few cars stop for pedestrians now. Perhaps they do not see crossing signs.), Pin at 42.259895, -83.714457

Name not shown inside ward 3 January 26, 2020, 3:41 PM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



With which transportation mode do you most identify?
As a driver, As a pedestrian

Name not shown inside ward 5 January 26, 2020, 2:55 PM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Are there any other elements that impact your crosswalk experience as a driver or pedestrian? Please explain.
We need more hybrid elements -- rapid flash beacons that alert car drivers to pedestrian crossings so that they look out for pedestrians. It's an educational effort and I think all signs help us to change behavior. Major thorough streets like Huron or Stadium need the hybrid beacons, though.


Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



With which transportation mode do you most identify?
As a driver, As a bicyclist, As a pedestrian


Place as many pins as you would like. Use + and - in the bottom right corner to zoom.
Pin at 42.276968, -83.76295, Pin at 42.278683, -83.753252

Name not shown inside ward 4 January 26, 2020, 11:43 AM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



With which transportation mode do you most identify?
As a pedestrian

Heidi Burkhardt inside ward 5 January 26, 2020, 7:18 AM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



With which transportation mode do you most identify?
As a driver, As a pedestrian, As a transit user

Name not shown inside ward 2 January 25, 2020, 10:18 PM

As a pedestrian, the following elements make marked mid-block crosswalks more comfortable. (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



As a driver, the following elements are beneficial at marked mid-block crosswalks (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



Rate your level of agreement for each of the following: (5= Strongly Agree; 1=Strongly Disagree)



With which transportation mode do you most identify?
As a bicyclist, As a driver, As a pedestrian, As a transit user