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How can Flagstaff better manage transportation demand associated with High Occupancy Housing?

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Do you think these amenities are important for HOH development to include for their residents? (1=not important, 5=very important)?

More short-term bike parking
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.8% 1
2 11.5% 3
3 7.7% 2
4 34.6% 9
5 38.5% 10
Covered and secure long-term bike parking
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.8% 1
2 3.8% 1
3 3.8% 1
4 26.9% 7
5 61.5% 16
Car share services
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.8% 1
2 15.4% 4
3 19.2% 5
4 26.9% 7
5 34.6% 9
Bus passes
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.8% 1
2 7.7% 2
3 7.7% 2
4 23.1% 6
5 57.7% 15

If you lived in HOH, which of the following amenities would you take advantage of?

Short term bike parking
Response Percent Response Count
All the time 60.0% 15
Sometimes 28.0% 7
Rarely 8.0% 2
Long term and secure bike parking
Response Percent Response Count
All the time 72.0% 18
Sometimes 20.0% 5
Never 4.0% 1
Car share
Response Percent Response Count
All the time 12.0% 3
Sometimes 44.0% 11
Rarely 24.0% 6
Never 16.0% 4
Bus passes
Response Percent Response Count
All the time 36.0% 9
Sometimes 52.0% 13
Rarely 8.0% 2
Never 4.0% 1

What other amenities would be useful for HOH developments to provide that would increase walking, biking, and transit use?

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Should strategies that reduce personal vehicle use be accompanied by a reduction of parking on-site? Note that there is always a direct and opportunity cost to provide parking that makes each unit more expensive.

Response Percent Response Count
Yes - Always 26.9% 7
Yes - Sometimes 38.5% 10
I would need more information 15.4% 4
No 19.2% 5

Why should or why shouldn't on-site parking be variable depending on a site's transportation options?

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21
Skipped
6

How important is it that the City has the ability and funding to enforce a development's promised TDM strategies? (For example: making sure the development continues to provide bus passes to residents even after a management change)

Response Percent Response Count
Important - The City should find new funds to enforce this 46.2% 12
Important - But the City should not spend any additional money 30.8% 8
Not Important - Because the City should not spend resources on this 3.8% 1
Other 19.2% 5
JILLian farrell inside City Limits
September 27, 2017, 2:42 PM
  • Do you think these amenities are important for HOH development to include for their residents? (1=not important, 5=very important)?
    • Covered and secure long-term bike parking - 5
    • Car share services - 5
    • Bus passes - 5
  • If you lived in HOH, which of the following amenities would you take advantage of?
    • Short term bike parking - All the time
    • Long term and secure bike parking - All the time
    • Car share - All the time
    • Bus passes - All the time
  • What other amenities would be useful for HOH developments to provide that would increase walking, biking, and transit use?

    Buses available every 15 minutes

  • Should strategies that reduce personal vehicle use be accompanied by a reduction of parking on-site? Note that there is always a direct and opportunity cost to provide parking that makes each unit more expensive.
    • Yes - Always
  • Why should or why shouldn't on-site parking be variable depending on a site's transportation options?

    On site parking should be discouraged when public transportation is available

  • How important is it that the City has the ability and funding to enforce a development's promised TDM strategies? (For example: making sure the development continues to provide bus passes to residents even after a management change)
    • Important - But the City should not spend any additional money
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One of the best ways to get fewer vehicles on the road is to create other transportation options that are as appealing as driving. High Occupancy Housing (HOH) developments can be designed in a way that promotes these other options.


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More short-term bike parking
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Short term bike parking
Long term and secure bike parking
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