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Mark Haman inside North Fremont September 28, 2020, 2:32 PM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Alameda Creek Trail, Bay Trail
How often do you currently use trails? 2-3 times per week
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) To travel to work, For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? Thank you for repaving the Alameda Creek Trail. Please pave the the section of trail from the Dumbarton Bridge over pass to the Coyote Hills Loop.
Is there anything else you would like to share about your current trail usage? I recently rode my bike around the south bay. I did not come in contact with cars until I reached the south end of Fremont by the Milpitas dumps. It would be nice if I could ride my road bike the whole loop without riding with cars.
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) To travel to work, For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Park trails connect to street transportation system, Trails can allow for biking and walking, Trails in parks are prioritized for biking
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? Safer road crossings, Trail surface improvements
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? The section that connects the Dumbarton to the Coyote Hills Loop Trail. Please pave it.
The frontage road along the Dumbarton Bridge. 3 miles of bad road on a bicycle.
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about new or improved trails you would like to see in Fremont? I recently rode by bike around the south bay and did not encounter cars until I got to South Fremont. It would be nice if there was a trail that connected to the Alameda Creek Trail that did not involve riding with cars.

Name not available inside Irvington September 23, 2020, 10:36 PM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Other - Blue fin Pedway 28 palms
How often do you currently use trails? Daily
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) To travel to school, For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? Yes it has been closed. I never had the chance to use it. Now it’s currently being used as a junkyard for a neighbor that moved the fence to make their backyard bigger. Last I checked they were building a mini storage shed on it.
Is there anything else you would like to share about your current trail usage? Please open up the trail many students can use it when walking to Azevada or even Walters.
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) To travel to school, For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Park trails connect to street transportation system, Parks have a walking loop within the park, Improved or expanded trails at Central Park
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? Develop new pathways that connect within neighborhoods, Better trail maps and signage
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? Blue fin Pedway. It’s a closed pathway. Makes walking to school difficult. The current person that lives there has extended their backyard over the walkway and is now building a shed on it.
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about new or improved trails you would like to see in Fremont? Only that if you were to open the walk way it would make it easier for students to walk to school. It would make it easier for residents to walk the neighborhood.
What is your primary mode of transportation for getting to work or school? Automobile
In what neighborhood do you live? 28 Palms
What is your age? 30-44

Name not available inside North Fremont September 23, 2020, 8:23 PM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Alameda Creek Trail
How often do you currently use trails? 2-3 times per week
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? make bike and walk trail separate in the recreation area trails
Is there anything else you would like to share about your current trail usage? Frequently use Alameda Creek and Coyote Hill trails.
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Trails in parks are prioritized for biking, Improved or expanded trails at other City parks
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? Develop new regional trail corridors that connect across the City, More amenities such as benches and drinking fountains
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? coyote and alameda creek more criss cross access
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about new or improved trails you would like to see in Fremont? more lighting, amenities needed and extended hours of opening

Name not available inside Irvington September 23, 2020, 3:15 PM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Central Park Trails, Other - Whatever trail is in Quarry Lakes - not sure the name
How often do you currently use trails? 2-3 times per month
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? I like to be able to bike to the trail I want to use, so safely getting TO the trail by bike is a priority for me. Fremont is doing a great job adding protected bike lanes throughout the City. I really appreciate that. I know there can be backlash from drivers about that so I'm glad the City is moving forward with them. It allows allows me to feel more comfortable doing errands on my bike instead of getting into the car.
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) To get to appointments such as shopping or errands, For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Park trails connect to street transportation system, Trails can allow for biking and walking, Improved or expanded trails at other City parks
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? Develop new bicycle/pedestrian bridges over major barriers such as freeways and creeks, Safer road crossings
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? I live in Irvington so safe connections from my home to as many trails as possible is appreciated.

Name not shown inside Centerville September 23, 2020, 3:05 PM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Alameda Creek Trail, Central Park Trails, Other - Coyote Hills
How often do you currently use trails? Once a month or less frequently
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
Is there anything else you would like to share about your current trail usage? I'm older now and don't bike as much as I used to. But I feel that trails are very important and I really hope that they can be improved and better connected in our area.
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Park trails connect to street transportation system, Trails can allow for biking and walking
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? Develop new bicycle/pedestrian bridges over major barriers such as freeways and creeks, Develop new pathways that connect within neighborhoods
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? Alameda Creek
What is your primary mode of transportation for getting to work or school? Do not commute to work or school
In what neighborhood do you live? Centerville
What is your age? 60-74

Name not available inside Centerville September 23, 2020, 2:11 PM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Alameda Creek Trail, Bay Trail, Mission Creek Trail
How often do you currently use trails? Once a month or less frequently
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? Cyclist coinciding with pedestrians, and a lack of masking.
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? The Bay Trail.
I use the Alameda Creek Trail more but have fewer issues with it. There's more space.

Name not available inside Irvington September 23, 2020, 1:53 PM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Alameda Creek Trail, Bay Trail, Central Park Trails, Sabercat Creek Trail, East Bay Greenway Trail (connects between Central Park and Irvington area)
How often do you currently use trails? 2-3 times per month
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? Fluid connectivity from residential areas to trails is not consistent.
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) To travel to work, To get to appointments such as shopping or errands, For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Park trails connect to street transportation system, Parks have a walking loop within the park, Trails can allow for biking and walking
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? Develop new regional trail corridors that connect across the City, Develop new pathways that connect within neighborhoods
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? the potential trail using hetch hetchy easements and UPR corridors from south to north Fremont
What is your primary mode of transportation for getting to work or school? Combination of Transit and Bike
In what neighborhood do you live? Irvington
What is your age? 45-59

Name not available inside Centerville September 23, 2020, 1:50 PM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Alameda Creek Trail, Other - Cabrillo Trail Park
How often do you currently use trails? Daily
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? Better lighting, more and updated benches for seniors, updated waste cans, add doggie bag dispensers, widen sidewalk for use by both walkers and bikers.
Is there anything else you would like to share about your current trail usage? I walk the trail park and nearby neighborhood daily for exercise.
The Cabrillo Trail Park is located in a multi-cultural/multi-generational neighborhood. And, although short in length, is used daily by students walking to school and enjoyed by seniors, dog walkers, and young families.
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Trails can allow for biking and walking, Improved or expanded trails at other City parks
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? More amenities such as benches and drinking fountains, Better/additional lighting of trails
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? Cabrillo Trail Park
What is your primary mode of transportation for getting to work or school? Do not commute to work or school
In what neighborhood do you live? Cabrillo
What is your age? 60-74

Name not available inside Mission San Jose September 23, 2020, 10:15 AM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Alameda Creek Trail, Central Park Trails, Mission Creek Trail, Sabercat Creek Trail
How often do you currently use trails? 2-3 times per week
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? Would love to see them all connected through and through for biking and walking
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) To get to appointments such as shopping or errands, For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Park trails connect to street transportation system, Trails can allow for biking and walking, Improved or expanded trails at other City parks
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? Develop new regional trail corridors that connect across the City, Develop new pathways that connect within neighborhoods

Name not shown inside Irvington September 23, 2020, 9:19 AM

What trails do you currently use in Fremont? Alameda Creek Trail, Central Park Trails, Other - Quarry Lakes, Vargas Plateau, Coyote Hills
How often do you currently use trails? 2-3 times per month
How do you currently use trails? (select all that apply) For recreation/fun
Are there issues or concerns you have with trails? Biggest concerns are over dogs off-leash and people not picking up their trash.
How would you like to use trails? (select all that apply) To travel to work, To travel to school, To get to appointments such as shopping or errands, For recreation/fun
What are the three most important efforts for our park trail system? Park trails connect to street transportation system, Parks have a walking loop within the park, Trails can allow for biking and walking
Which are your highest priorities for trail improvements in Fremont? Safer road crossings, Develop new pathways that connect within neighborhoods
Which trail corridor in Fremont is your highest priority for improvement? Trail corridor across walnut or central fremont to connect west side residents to be able to access trail systems at alameda creek, quarry lakes, and even coyote hills safely with kids by biking rather than having to get in the car to drive there.
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about new or improved trails you would like to see in Fremont? Please focus on equity in access to trails, transportation and natural areas, rather than simply where residents speak the loudest.
What is your primary mode of transportation for getting to work or school? Automobile
In what neighborhood do you live? 28 Palms
What is your age? 30-44