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Help Mountain Line Plan the New Downtown Connection Center

76 registered responses


Do you ride Mountain Line? (Pre-COVID-19 or currently)

Response Percent Response Count
Often 19.7% 15
Sometimes 46.1% 35
Rarely 14.5% 11
Never 19.7% 15

What would you add or change about the DCC to improve your transit experience (examples include more seating, larger waiting area, food/ beverage)?

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What transit and multi-modal amenities would you like to see available at the new DCC?

Response Percent Response Count
Pass sales 66.2% 49
Lost and found 44.6% 33
Customer service 51.4% 38
Indoor waiting area 63.5% 47
Drop off and pick up zones 52.7% 39
Rideshare (Uber and Lyft) waiting areas 36.5% 27
Bike share 47.3% 35
Covered bike parking 50.0% 37
Bike repair station 40.5% 30
Carshare 24.3% 18
Amtrak co-location 33.8% 25
Intercity services like Groome, Greyhound and Flix 55.4% 41
Separate sidewalks and bikeways 60.8% 45
Other 33.8% 25

If there is capacity to serve additional community purposes, what would you like to see?

Average priorities over 76 responses
  1. Please describe any preferences in next question.

    Public art
  2. Hardscaped, public areas.

    Outdoor civic space
  3. Partnership with private entity for cafe style service

    Food and beverage
  4. Partnership with human service providers for onsite services.

    Social services
  5. Publically rentable meeting space.

    Community meeting space
  6. Partnership with private entity for a small newstands with papers and magazines.

    Newsstand
  7. Leasable retail space.

    Retail
  8. Please descibe in next question.

    Other
  9. Leasable office space.

    Office space

Please provide specific suggestions on items above. (i.e. For public art, do you prefer sculpture versus mural or other details? For retail, what type would you like to see? Etc.).

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Would incorporating any of the previous ideas convince you to take transit more often?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 37.3% 28
Maybe 42.7% 32
No 20.0% 15

If so, what?

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Which, if any, designs below do you like?

Response Percent Response Count
Alternative A 44.6% 33
Alternative B 14.9% 11
Alternative C 13.5% 10
Alternative D 12.2% 9
Alternative E 4.1% 3
Other 10.8% 8

Please explain what you like and dislike about the above options.

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Is there anything else you would like to be considered in the design?

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June 20, 2020, 10:51 AM
  • Do you ride Mountain Line? (Pre-COVID-19 or currently)
    • Rarely
  • What would you add or change about the DCC to improve your transit experience (examples include more seating, larger waiting area, food/ beverage)?
    Because the Center will be an important civic site, it should be a beautiful space, visually attractive and interesting--a place people visit because it is beautiful, not only functional. I'm thinking of the L.A. train station, touted as "the place where Los Angeles begins." Of course, that is is a grander scale than we need, but the idea is one we can embrace.
  • What transit and multi-modal amenities would you like to see available at the new DCC?
    • Pass sales
    • Lost and found
    • Customer service
    • Indoor waiting area
    • Drop off and pick up zones
    • Rideshare (Uber and Lyft) waiting areas
    • Bike share
    • Covered bike parking
    • Bike repair station
    • Carshare
    • Amtrak co-location
    • Intercity services like Groome, Greyhound and Flix
    • Separate sidewalks and bikeways
    • Other - information about Flagstaff; ATM
  • If there is capacity to serve additional community purposes, what would you like to see?
    No response.
  • Please provide specific suggestions on items above. (i.e. For public art, do you prefer sculpture versus mural or other details? For retail, what type would you like to see? Etc.).
    Please think in terms of the beauty of the whole and not just in terms of a piece of public art. It's not enough to plop down a sculpture or throw up a mural. The whole design needs to say, "Welcome to this amazing town!" I would like to see the Center be a place people visit event if they aren't using the bus system. They visit it because it is a beautiful place. So yes, mosaics and yes, interactive act pieces, etc.
  • Would incorporating any of the previous ideas convince you to take transit more often?
    • Yes
  • If so, what?
    The pleasure of being in a beautiful space.
  • Which, if any, designs below do you like?
    • Alternative A
  • Please explain what you like and dislike about the above options.
    Alternative A fits with downtown aesthetic and blends into the built environment (rather than being a separate activity area). It makes public transportation attractive and easily accessible and it sends the message that public transportation is an integral part of city life. Studies show that it's not just the station that's important, but the things around it, so it's important to integrate the center with the town.
  • Is there anything else you would like to be considered in the design?

    Design not only for safety and efficiency but for beauty. The Center will be a major civic site and ought to be a place where people want to congregate and a place that reinforces the character of Flagstaff as a place of great natural beauty and celebrates the community's cultural creativity.

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Leasable retail space.

Please describe any preferences in next question.

Leasable office space.

Please descibe in next question.

Partnership with human service providers for onsite services.

Partnership with private entity for a small newstands with papers and magazines.

Publically rentable meeting space.

Partnership with private entity for cafe style service

Hardscaped, public areas.


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