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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 1? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 42.9% 6
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 57.1% 8
Signal Timing Improvements 28.6% 4
Pedestrian Activated Signals 35.7% 5
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 35.7% 5
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 57.1% 8
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 42.9% 6
Green Bike Box at Intersections 78.6% 11
Buffered Bike Lanes 92.9% 13
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 92.9% 13
High Visibility Crosswalks 78.6% 11
Decorative Crosswalks 21.4% 3
Improved Street Lighting 42.9% 6
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 35.7% 5
No Right Turns on Red Signal 28.6% 4
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 14.3% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 28.6% 4

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 1:

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6
Skipped
9

What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 2? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 42.9% 6
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 64.3% 9
Signal Timing Improvements 35.7% 5
Pedestrian Activated Signals 28.6% 4
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 28.6% 4
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 64.3% 9
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 50.0% 7
Green Bike Box at Intersections 57.1% 8
Buffered Bike Lanes 92.9% 13
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 92.9% 13
High Visibility Crosswalks 64.3% 9
Decorative Crosswalks 21.4% 3
Improved Street Lighting 35.7% 5
Add Left Turn Signal 21.4% 3
No Right Turns on Red Signal 21.4% 3
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 14.3% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 28.6% 4

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 2:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 3? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 50.0% 7
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 64.3% 9
Signal Timing Improvements 21.4% 3
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 28.6% 4
Sidewalk/Pathway to Close Gap 64.3% 9
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 57.1% 8
Green Bike Box at Intersections 64.3% 9
Buffered Bike Lanes 85.7% 12
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 85.7% 12
High Visibility Crosswalks 57.1% 8
Decorative Crosswalks 21.4% 3
Improved Street Lighting 42.9% 6
No Right Turns on Red Signal 28.6% 4
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 35.7% 5

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 3:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 4? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 38.5% 5
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 69.2% 9
Signal Timing Improvements 30.8% 4
New Traffic Signals 23.1% 3
Pedestrian Activated Signals 61.5% 8
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 46.2% 6
In-Roadway Warning Lights at Uncontrolled Crosswalks 53.8% 7
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 30.8% 4
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 61.5% 8
Green Bike Box at Intersections 61.5% 8
Buffered Bike Lanes 92.3% 12
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 92.3% 12
High Visibility Crosswalks 61.5% 8
Decorative Crosswalks 15.4% 2
Improved Street Lighting 46.2% 6
Add Left Turn Signal 23.1% 3
No Right Turns on Red Signal 23.1% 3
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 15.4% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 30.8% 4

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 4:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 5? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 42.9% 6
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 57.1% 8
Signal Timing Improvements 21.4% 3
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 21.4% 3
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 28.6% 4
Sidewalk/Pathway to Close Gap 50.0% 7
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 50.0% 7
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 50.0% 7
Green Bike Box at Intersections 78.6% 11
Buffered Bike Lanes 92.9% 13
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 78.6% 11
High Visibility Crosswalks 71.4% 10
Decorative Crosswalks 21.4% 3
Improved Street Lighting 50.0% 7
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 42.9% 6
Add Left Turn Signal 21.4% 3
No Right Turns on Red Signal 14.3% 2
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 14.3% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 35.7% 5

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 5:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 6? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 33.3% 5
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 60.0% 9
Signal Timing Improvements 33.3% 5
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 33.3% 5
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 53.3% 8
Green Bike Box at Intersections 60.0% 9
Buffered Bike Lanes 93.3% 14
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 80.0% 12
High Visibility Crosswalks 66.7% 10
Decorative Crosswalks 26.7% 4
Improved Street Lighting 33.3% 5
No Right Turns on Red Signal 33.3% 5
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 26.7% 4

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 6:

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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 7? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 38.5% 5
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 61.5% 8
Signal Timing Improvements 30.8% 4
Pedestrian Activated Signals 38.5% 5
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 46.2% 6
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 30.8% 4
Green Bike Box at Intersections 69.2% 9
Buffered Bike Lanes 100.0% 13
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 92.3% 12
High Visibility Crosswalks 76.9% 10
Decorative Crosswalks 23.1% 3
Improved Street Lighting 46.2% 6
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 30.8% 4
No Right Turns on Red Signal 15.4% 2
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 15.4% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 30.8% 4

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 7:

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Skipped
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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 8? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 38.5% 5
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 69.2% 9
Signal Timing Improvements 30.8% 4
Pedestrian Activated Signals 38.5% 5
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 30.8% 4
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 46.2% 6
Separated Bikeways (Cycle Tracks) 76.9% 10
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 61.5% 8
Green Bike Box at Intersections 69.2% 9
Buffered Bike Lanes 84.6% 11
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 100.0% 13
High Visibility Crosswalks 61.5% 8
Decorative Crosswalks 23.1% 3
Improved Street Lighting 46.2% 6
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 30.8% 4
Add Left Turn Signal 15.4% 2
No Right Turns on Red Signal 30.8% 4
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 15.4% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 38.5% 5

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 8:

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Skipped
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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 9? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 35.7% 5
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 64.3% 9
Signal Timing Improvements 21.4% 3
Pedestrian Activated Signals 28.6% 4
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 35.7% 5
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 57.1% 8
Green Bike Box at Intersections 57.1% 8
Buffered Bike Lanes 100.0% 14
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 100.0% 14
High Visibility Crosswalks 64.3% 9
Decorative Crosswalks 14.3% 2
Improved Street Lighting 42.9% 6
Add Left Turn Signal 21.4% 3
No Right Turns on Red Signal 14.3% 2
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 14.3% 2
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 28.6% 4

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 9:

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Skipped
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What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 10? (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection 35.7% 5
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 71.4% 10
Signal Timing Improvements 35.7% 5
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 42.9% 6
Dilemma Zone Detection 50.0% 7
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 35.7% 5
Green Bike Box at Intersections 78.6% 11
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 100.0% 14
High Visibility Crosswalks 64.3% 9
Decorative Crosswalks 21.4% 3
Improved Street Lighting 57.1% 8
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 50.0% 7
Add Left Turn Signal 28.6% 4
No Right Turns on Red Signal 21.4% 3
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 14.3% 2
Reduced Speed School Zone 42.9% 6
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 28.6% 4

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 10:

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4
Skipped
11

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