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Name not available inside City Limits August 23, 2019, 10:36 AM

Do you use transit to commute to work, school, errands or other purposes?
No


Do you access any of these destinations by car, bicycle, or on foot? If you do not access these destinations, skip to the next question.
Downtown Flagstaff, Woodlands Village, Businesses along Milton Road


Do you access any of these destinations using Mountain Line or Mountain Lift public transit? If you do not access these destinations by public transit, skip to the next question.
Downtown Flagstaff


How likely would you be to use public transit if service became more frequent (arriving every 15 minutes) and reduced your overall travel time on the bus?
Likely


In what ways do you feel public transit can positively impact your community? (Rank in order of importance)
Decrease vehicular traffic, Improve air quality, Help provide access to jobs, schools, etc., Support economic development


BRT alternatives will be evaluated using criteria such as ridership, connections to jobs and other destinations, cost effectiveness, and public acceptance. In the downtown area, BRT is being considered on San Francisco, Humphreys, and Beaver. Please rank the ones you would support.
Northbound on San Francisco and southbound on Beaver, Northbound Humphreys and southbound Beaver, North- and south-bound Humphreys


Please explain why you chose your highest ranked alternative above.
I work off of San Francisco Street.


Which of the following tools in the BRT toolbox would you be in favor of implementing in this BRT project? Mark all options that are acceptable to you. Please note that each tool would only be applied as they make sense for the specific location being considered.
Queue Jumps, Off-Board Fare Collection, Multi-Door and Level Boarding, Enhanced Stations, Real-Time Information

Name not available inside City Limits August 21, 2019, 5:21 PM

Do you use transit to commute to work, school, errands or other purposes?
Yes


If so, how often (on average)?
Once per day


Do you access any of these destinations by car, bicycle, or on foot? If you do not access these destinations, skip to the next question.
Downtown Flagstaff, NAU


Do you access any of these destinations using Mountain Line or Mountain Lift public transit? If you do not access these destinations by public transit, skip to the next question.
NAU


How likely would you be to use public transit if service became more frequent (arriving every 15 minutes) and reduced your overall travel time on the bus?
Very Likely


In what ways do you feel public transit can positively impact your community? (Rank in order of importance)
Help provide access to jobs, schools, etc., Decrease vehicular traffic, Improve air quality, Support economic development


BRT alternatives will be evaluated using criteria such as ridership, connections to jobs and other destinations, cost effectiveness, and public acceptance. In the downtown area, BRT is being considered on San Francisco, Humphreys, and Beaver. Please rank the ones you would support.
North- and south-bound Humphreys, Northbound Humphreys and southbound Beaver, Northbound on San Francisco and southbound on Beaver


Please explain why you chose your highest ranked alternative above.
It’s easier to know one street and the direction the busses are going rather than frightening out which way the bus will be traveling on which street


Which of the following tools in the BRT toolbox would you be in favor of implementing in this BRT project? Mark all options that are acceptable to you. Please note that each tool would only be applied as they make sense for the specific location being considered.
Dedicated Bus Lane and Bus Lane Enhancement, Queue Jumps, Off-Board Fare Collection, Multi-Door and Level Boarding, Enhanced Stations, Real-Time Information, Bike and Pedestrian Connections

Name not available inside City Limits August 21, 2019, 8:00 AM

Do you use transit to commute to work, school, errands or other purposes?
No


Do you access any of these destinations by car, bicycle, or on foot? If you do not access these destinations, skip to the next question.
Flagstaff Medical Center, Downtown Flagstaff, NAU, Woodlands Village, Businesses along Milton Road


Do you access any of these destinations using Mountain Line or Mountain Lift public transit? If you do not access these destinations by public transit, skip to the next question.
NAU


How likely would you be to use public transit if service became more frequent (arriving every 15 minutes) and reduced your overall travel time on the bus?
Not Likely


In what ways do you feel public transit can positively impact your community? (Rank in order of importance)
Help provide access to jobs, schools, etc., Support economic development, Improve air quality, Decrease vehicular traffic


BRT alternatives will be evaluated using criteria such as ridership, connections to jobs and other destinations, cost effectiveness, and public acceptance. In the downtown area, BRT is being considered on San Francisco, Humphreys, and Beaver. Please rank the ones you would support.
Northbound on San Francisco and southbound on Beaver


Please explain why you chose your highest ranked alternative above.
Using the one way pairs provide greater access to businesses and residents.


Which of the following tools in the BRT toolbox would you be in favor of implementing in this BRT project? Mark all options that are acceptable to you. Please note that each tool would only be applied as they make sense for the specific location being considered.
Transit Signal Priority, Queue Jumps, Off-Board Fare Collection, Multi-Door and Level Boarding, Enhanced Stations, Real-Time Information, Bike and Pedestrian Connections

Name not shown inside City Limits August 20, 2019, 9:07 PM

It seems like the scale of a HOHD should be limited in Regional Activity Centers - the triggers for HOHD should apply prior to reaching 50 units in density.

Name not shown inside City Limits August 20, 2019, 8:58 PM

I am in favor of lowering the height from 60 feet to 45 feet as neighboring properties are affected by taller buildings. Smaller buildings fit in more with neighborhoods.

Name not shown inside City Limits August 20, 2019, 1:06 PM

Do you use transit to commute to work, school, errands or other purposes?
No


Do you access any of these destinations by car, bicycle, or on foot? If you do not access these destinations, skip to the next question.
Flagstaff Medical Center, Downtown Flagstaff, NAU, Woodlands Village, Businesses along Milton Road


Do you access any of these destinations using Mountain Line or Mountain Lift public transit? If you do not access these destinations by public transit, skip to the next question.
NAU


How likely would you be to use public transit if service became more frequent (arriving every 15 minutes) and reduced your overall travel time on the bus?
Likely


In what ways do you feel public transit can positively impact your community? (Rank in order of importance)
Decrease vehicular traffic, Improve air quality, Help provide access to jobs, schools, etc., Support economic development


BRT alternatives will be evaluated using criteria such as ridership, connections to jobs and other destinations, cost effectiveness, and public acceptance. In the downtown area, BRT is being considered on San Francisco, Humphreys, and Beaver. Please rank the ones you would support.
Northbound on San Francisco and southbound on Beaver, Northbound Humphreys and southbound Beaver, North- and south-bound Humphreys


Please explain why you chose your highest ranked alternative above.
need fmc access


Which of the following tools in the BRT toolbox would you be in favor of implementing in this BRT project? Mark all options that are acceptable to you. Please note that each tool would only be applied as they make sense for the specific location being considered.
Dedicated Bus Lane and Bus Lane Enhancement, Transit Signal Priority, Off-Board Fare Collection, Real-Time Information, Bike and Pedestrian Connections

Name not available inside City Limits August 19, 2019, 11:13 AM

Do you use transit to commute to work, school, errands or other purposes?
No


Do you access any of these destinations by car, bicycle, or on foot? If you do not access these destinations, skip to the next question.
Flagstaff Medical Center, Downtown Flagstaff, NAU, Businesses along Milton Road


Do you access any of these destinations using Mountain Line or Mountain Lift public transit? If you do not access these destinations by public transit, skip to the next question.
Downtown Flagstaff


How likely would you be to use public transit if service became more frequent (arriving every 15 minutes) and reduced your overall travel time on the bus?
Likely


In what ways do you feel public transit can positively impact your community? (Rank in order of importance)
Help provide access to jobs, schools, etc., Support economic development, Decrease vehicular traffic, Improve air quality


BRT alternatives will be evaluated using criteria such as ridership, connections to jobs and other destinations, cost effectiveness, and public acceptance. In the downtown area, BRT is being considered on San Francisco, Humphreys, and Beaver. Please rank the ones you would support.
Northbound on San Francisco and southbound on Beaver, Northbound Humphreys and southbound Beaver, North- and south-bound Humphreys


Please explain why you chose your highest ranked alternative above.
There is less traffic on San Francisco and Beaver St. Humphreys is a major thoroughfare to the Grand Canyon and Snow Bowl


Which of the following tools in the BRT toolbox would you be in favor of implementing in this BRT project? Mark all options that are acceptable to you. Please note that each tool would only be applied as they make sense for the specific location being considered.
Transit Signal Priority, Queue Jumps, Off-Board Fare Collection, Real-Time Information, Bike and Pedestrian Connections

Name not shown inside City Limits August 18, 2019, 3:19 PM

Do you use transit to commute to work, school, errands or other purposes?
Yes


If so, how often (on average)?
Once per week


Do you access any of these destinations by car, bicycle, or on foot? If you do not access these destinations, skip to the next question.
Downtown Flagstaff, NAU, Woodlands Village, Businesses along Milton Road


Do you access any of these destinations using Mountain Line or Mountain Lift public transit? If you do not access these destinations by public transit, skip to the next question.
Downtown Flagstaff, NAU


How likely would you be to use public transit if service became more frequent (arriving every 15 minutes) and reduced your overall travel time on the bus?
Likely


In what ways do you feel public transit can positively impact your community? (Rank in order of importance)
Improve air quality, Decrease vehicular traffic, Help provide access to jobs, schools, etc., Support economic development


BRT alternatives will be evaluated using criteria such as ridership, connections to jobs and other destinations, cost effectiveness, and public acceptance. In the downtown area, BRT is being considered on San Francisco, Humphreys, and Beaver. Please rank the ones you would support.
Northbound on San Francisco and southbound on Beaver


Please explain why you chose your highest ranked alternative above.
I have no strong preference for which streets you use.


Which of the following tools in the BRT toolbox would you be in favor of implementing in this BRT project? Mark all options that are acceptable to you. Please note that each tool would only be applied as they make sense for the specific location being considered.
Dedicated Bus Lane and Bus Lane Enhancement, Transit Signal Priority, Queue Jumps, Off-Board Fare Collection, Enhanced Stations, Real-Time Information, Bike and Pedestrian Connections

Name not available inside City Limits August 14, 2019, 5:33 PM

I like this idea and believe it is this type of innovative thinking that we need for a multi-solution approach the a multi-faceted problem. I believe this should remain on the table as another option.

Name not available inside City Limits August 14, 2019, 5:26 PM

Great idea, but let's be realistic. The tenant will pay the cost of the transit pass in their monthly rent. I think this should be available and optional if the tenant chooses as they might desire other forms of transportation based on their needs - walking, Lyft/Uber, bicycle, etc. However, I do think that there should be a cost/fee to utilize a parking space. If we make driving a car more expensive, that will change behavior that this rule may be trying to achieve.