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What qualities should be most important when planning improvements for Milton Road, Humphreys Street, and US 180 (Fort Valley Rd)?

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How important are these qualities for the future Milton Road (1=less important, 5=very important)?

Improve Vehicular Safety
Response Percent Response Count
1 8.0% 15
2 8.6% 16
3 26.2% 49
4 21.9% 41
5 34.2% 64
Enhance Community Character
Response Percent Response Count
1 5.3% 10
2 11.8% 22
3 21.4% 40
4 25.1% 47
5 33.2% 62
Improve Traffic Movement
Response Percent Response Count
1 7.0% 13
2 6.4% 12
3 11.8% 22
4 14.4% 27
5 59.4% 111
Expand Travel Choices
Response Percent Response Count
1 2.7% 5
2 6.4% 12
3 18.2% 34
4 18.2% 34
5 52.9% 99
Limit Property Impacts & Project Costs
Response Percent Response Count
1 16.0% 30
2 21.4% 40
3 32.1% 60
4 16.6% 31
5 11.8% 22
Limit Social & Environmental Impacts
Response Percent Response Count
1 8.0% 15
2 9.6% 18
3 17.6% 33
4 23.5% 44
5 39.6% 74
Public Support
Response Percent Response Count
1 7.0% 13
2 10.7% 20
3 31.0% 58
4 28.3% 53
5 20.9% 39

What is currently your primary transportation option on Milton Road?

Response Percent Response Count
Bicycle 22.5% 42
Bus 5.3% 10
Car/vehicle 86.1% 161
Walk/Electric Scooter/Wheelchair 4.3% 8
Other 1.6% 3
Choose Not to Answer 0.5% 1

Do you live within walking distance of Milton Road?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 31.7% 59
No 67.2% 125
Choose Not to Answer 1.1% 2

How important are these qualities for the future Humphreys Street and US 180 (Fort Valley Rd) (1=less important, 5=very important)?

Improve Vehicular Safety
Response Percent Response Count
1 7.5% 14
2 7.0% 13
3 27.8% 52
4 24.1% 45
5 32.6% 61
Enhance Community Character
Response Percent Response Count
1 2.7% 5
2 10.7% 20
3 27.3% 51
4 18.2% 34
5 39.0% 73
Improve Traffic Movement
Response Percent Response Count
1 8.0% 15
2 6.4% 12
3 12.8% 24
4 15.5% 29
5 55.6% 104
Expand Travel Choices
Response Percent Response Count
1 2.1% 4
2 13.4% 25
3 13.9% 26
4 18.2% 34
5 50.3% 94
Limit Property Impacts & Project Costs
Response Percent Response Count
1 11.8% 22
2 15.5% 29
3 33.2% 62
4 16.6% 31
5 20.9% 39
Limit Social & Environmental Impacts
Response Percent Response Count
1 5.3% 10
2 7.0% 13
3 16.6% 31
4 20.3% 38
5 48.7% 91
Public Support
Response Percent Response Count
1 9.1% 17
2 7.5% 14
3 28.3% 53
4 28.9% 54
5 22.5% 42

What is currently your primary transportation option on Humphreys Street?

Response Percent Response Count
Bicycle 26.5% 49
Bus 3.2% 6
Car/vehicle 84.3% 156
Walk/Electric Scooter/Wheelchair 10.3% 19
Other 1.6% 3

What is currently your primary transportation option on US 180 (Fort Valley Rd)?

Response Percent Response Count
Bicycle 29.6% 55
Bus 3.2% 6
Car/vehicle 83.9% 156
Walk/Electric Scooter/Wheelchair 8.1% 15
Other 2.2% 4

Do you live within walking distance of Humphreys Street or US 180 (Fort Valley Rd)?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 49.2% 92
No 49.7% 93
Choose Not to Answer 1.1% 2

Please provide any comments regarding future improvements to Humphreys Street or US 180 (Fort Valley Rd)

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August 24, 2020, 9:42 AM
  • How important are these qualities for the future Milton Road (1=less important, 5=very important)?
    • Improve Vehicular Safety - 2
    • Enhance Community Character - 4
    • Improve Traffic Movement - 3
    • Expand Travel Choices - 5
    • Limit Property Impacts & Project Costs - 3
    • Limit Social & Environmental Impacts - 5
    • Public Support - 3
  • What is currently your primary transportation option on Milton Road?
    • Bicycle
  • Do you live within walking distance of Milton Road?
    • Yes
  • How important are these qualities for the future Humphreys Street and US 180 (Fort Valley Rd) (1=less important, 5=very important)?
    • Improve Vehicular Safety - 3
    • Enhance Community Character - 4
    • Improve Traffic Movement - 3
    • Expand Travel Choices - 5
    • Limit Property Impacts & Project Costs - 3
    • Limit Social & Environmental Impacts - 4
    • Public Support - 4
  • What is currently your primary transportation option on Humphreys Street?
    • Bicycle
  • What is currently your primary transportation option on US 180 (Fort Valley Rd)?
    • Bicycle
  • Do you live within walking distance of Humphreys Street or US 180 (Fort Valley Rd)?
    • No
  • Please provide any comments regarding future improvements to Humphreys Street or US 180 (Fort Valley Rd)

    Again, we need to move people, not cars. In the new design, we need to have separated bicycle lanes and to prioritize bus travel.

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Qualities Descriptions

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Vehicular Safety: Fix known unsafe conditions for automobiles traveling on or across Milton Road, Humphreys Street, and US 180 (Fort Valley Road).

Social & Environmental Impacts: Limit the impacts of future investments on low-income populations, minority populations, and environmental resources. For rural areas on US 180, this also includes safe wildlife crossings.

Traffic Movement: Make investments to manage vehicle congestion and improve travel time.

Expanded Travel Choices: Improve conditions, including safety, for walking, biking and riding the bus along and across the roadway (Examples: wider sidewalks, enhanced crossings).

Property Impacts & Project Cost: Minimize impacts to properties and keep project costs lower. Consider grant funding opportunities for construction.

Community Character: Invest in opportunities, such as landscaping, pedestrian seating, and bike racks to make Milton Road, Humphreys Street, and US 180 (Fort Valley Road) more attractive for all users.

Public Support: Favor corridor improvements that receive broad public support.


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