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Provide input on traffic safety improvements at 10 priority locations in Sunnyvale.

75 registered responses


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 39.4% 28
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 35.2% 25
Signal Timing Improvements 42.3% 30
Pedestrian Activated Signals 39.4% 28
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 23.9% 17
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 38.0% 27
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 23.9% 17
Green Bike Box at Intersections 45.1% 32
Buffered Bike Lanes 50.7% 36
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 54.9% 39
High Visibility Crosswalks 64.8% 46
Decorative Crosswalks 16.9% 12
Improved Street Lighting 22.5% 16
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 35.2% 25
No Right Turns on Red Signal 21.1% 15
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 15.5% 11
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 36.6% 26

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 1:

Answered
31
Skipped
44

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 36.2% 25
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 44.9% 31
Signal Timing Improvements 43.5% 30
Pedestrian Activated Signals 39.1% 27
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 21.7% 15
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 44.9% 31
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 23.2% 16
Green Bike Box at Intersections 39.1% 27
Buffered Bike Lanes 56.5% 39
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 59.4% 41
High Visibility Crosswalks 65.2% 45
Decorative Crosswalks 17.4% 12
Improved Street Lighting 20.3% 14
Add Left Turn Signal 24.6% 17
No Right Turns on Red Signal 18.8% 13
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 17.4% 12
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 33.3% 23

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 2:

Answered
27
Skipped
48

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 43.3% 29
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 43.3% 29
Signal Timing Improvements 44.8% 30
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 22.4% 15
Sidewalk/Pathway to Close Gap 32.8% 22
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 40.3% 27
Green Bike Box at Intersections 49.3% 33
Buffered Bike Lanes 56.7% 38
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 64.2% 43
High Visibility Crosswalks 56.7% 38
Decorative Crosswalks 17.9% 12
Improved Street Lighting 23.9% 16
No Right Turns on Red Signal 23.9% 16
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 47.8% 32

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 3:

Answered
22
Skipped
53

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 44.8% 30
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 46.3% 31
Signal Timing Improvements 34.3% 23
New Traffic Signals 23.9% 16
Pedestrian Activated Signals 43.3% 29
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 53.7% 36
In-Roadway Warning Lights at Uncontrolled Crosswalks 38.8% 26
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 17.9% 12
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 35.8% 24
Green Bike Box at Intersections 46.3% 31
Buffered Bike Lanes 50.7% 34
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 61.2% 41
High Visibility Crosswalks 53.7% 36
Decorative Crosswalks 13.4% 9
Improved Street Lighting 23.9% 16
Add Left Turn Signal 32.8% 22
No Right Turns on Red Signal 14.9% 10
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 17.9% 12
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 32.8% 22

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 4:

Answered
16
Skipped
59

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 45.9% 28
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 42.6% 26
Signal Timing Improvements 34.4% 21
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 45.9% 28
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 23.0% 14
Sidewalk/Pathway to Close Gap 27.9% 17
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 41.0% 25
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 24.6% 15
Green Bike Box at Intersections 55.7% 34
Buffered Bike Lanes 65.6% 40
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 70.5% 43
High Visibility Crosswalks 67.2% 41
Decorative Crosswalks 23.0% 14
Improved Street Lighting 27.9% 17
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 34.4% 21
Add Left Turn Signal 27.9% 17
No Right Turns on Red Signal 18.0% 11
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 16.4% 10
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 36.1% 22

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 5:

Answered
15
Skipped
60

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 38.1% 24
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 41.3% 26
Signal Timing Improvements 39.7% 25
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 22.2% 14
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 34.9% 22
Green Bike Box at Intersections 44.4% 28
Buffered Bike Lanes 61.9% 39
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 60.3% 38
High Visibility Crosswalks 61.9% 39
Decorative Crosswalks 19.0% 12
Improved Street Lighting 23.8% 15
No Right Turns on Red Signal 28.6% 18
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 31.7% 20

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 6:

Answered
17
Skipped
58

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 35.7% 20
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 44.6% 25
Signal Timing Improvements 37.5% 21
Pedestrian Activated Signals 32.1% 18
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 48.2% 27
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 23.2% 13
Green Bike Box at Intersections 42.9% 24
Buffered Bike Lanes 58.9% 33
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 62.5% 35
High Visibility Crosswalks 62.5% 35
Decorative Crosswalks 19.6% 11
Improved Street Lighting 23.2% 13
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 26.8% 15
No Right Turns on Red Signal 17.9% 10
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 23.2% 13
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 35.7% 20

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 7:

Answered
13
Skipped
62

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 47.5% 28
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 54.2% 32
Signal Timing Improvements 35.6% 21
Pedestrian Activated Signals 45.8% 27
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 25.4% 15
Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands 33.9% 20
Separated Bikeways (Cycle Tracks) 50.8% 30
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 27.1% 16
Green Bike Box at Intersections 59.3% 35
Buffered Bike Lanes 66.1% 39
Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones 79.7% 47
High Visibility Crosswalks 61.0% 36
Decorative Crosswalks 22.0% 13
Improved Street Lighting 20.3% 12
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 27.1% 16
Add Left Turn Signal 27.1% 16
No Right Turns on Red Signal 25.4% 15
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 16.9% 10
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 33.9% 20

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 8:

Answered
14
Skipped
61

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 36.7% 22
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 41.7% 25
Signal Timing Improvements 38.3% 23
Pedestrian Activated Signals 45.0% 27
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 26.7% 16
Narrow Lanes to 11 Feet 26.7% 16
Green Bike Box at Intersections 46.7% 28
Buffered Bike Lanes 65.0% 39
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 71.7% 43
High Visibility Crosswalks 61.7% 37
Decorative Crosswalks 20.0% 12
Improved Street Lighting 28.3% 17
Add Left Turn Signal 23.3% 14
No Right Turns on Red Signal 16.7% 10
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 21.7% 13
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 31.7% 19

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 9:

Answered
15
Skipped
60

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 38.7% 24
Leading Pedestrian Walk Signal 48.4% 30
Signal Timing Improvements 33.9% 21
Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs 43.5% 27
Dilemma Zone Detection 24.2% 15
Bulbouts/Curb Extensions 25.8% 16
Green Bike Box at Intersections 53.2% 33
Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones 74.2% 46
High Visibility Crosswalks 66.1% 41
Decorative Crosswalks 17.7% 11
Improved Street Lighting 32.3% 20
Parking Restrictions near Intersections and Driveways 35.5% 22
Add Left Turn Signal 24.2% 15
No Right Turns on Red Signal 16.1% 10
Changeable Speed Warning Signs 19.4% 12
Reduced Speed School Zone 33.9% 21
Traffic Enforcement by Camera 30.6% 19

Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 10:

Answered
16
Skipped
59
Camille Longley inside Sunnyvale
April 24, 2018, 8:26 AM
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 1? (select all that apply)
    • Signal Timing Improvements
    • Green Bike Box at Intersections
    • Buffered Bike Lanes
    • Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 1:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 2? (select all that apply)
    • Green Bike Box at Intersections
    • Buffered Bike Lanes
    • Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • Add Left Turn Signal
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 2:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 3? (select all that apply)
    • Bulbouts/Curb Extensions
    • Sidewalk/Pathway to Close Gap
    • Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands
    • Green Bike Box at Intersections
    • Buffered Bike Lanes
    • Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 3:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 4? (select all that apply)
    • Signal Timing Improvements
    • Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs
    • Green Bike Box at Intersections
    • Buffered Bike Lanes
    • Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • Add Left Turn Signal
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 4:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 5? (select all that apply)
    • Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs
    • Sidewalk/Pathway to Close Gap
    • Pedestrian Median Refuge Islands
    • Green Bike Box at Intersections
    • Buffered Bike Lanes
    • Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 5:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 6? (select all that apply)
    • Signal Timing Improvements
    • Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 6:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 7? (select all that apply)
    • Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection
    • Signal Timing Improvements
    • Buffered Bike Lanes
    • Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • No Right Turns on Red Signal
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 7:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 8? (select all that apply)
    • Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection
    • Green Bike Box at Intersections
    • Buffered Bike Lanes
    • Green Bike Lanes at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • Add Left Turn Signal
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 8:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 9? (select all that apply)
    • Increased Pedestrian Crossing Time and Install Pedestrian Detection
    • Pedestrian Activated Signals
    • Green Bike Box at Intersections
    • Buffered Bike Lanes
    • Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 9:
    No response.
  • What safety improvements would you like to see at priority project location 10? (select all that apply)
    • Flashing Pedestrian Warning Signs
    • Green Bike Box at Intersections
    • Green Bike Lane at Conflict Zones
    • High Visibility Crosswalks
    • Add Left Turn Signal
    • Traffic Enforcement by Camera
  • Comments / Other Suggestions for Location 10:
    No response.
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