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If you walk/run, which of the following describes why you do it? Check all that apply

Response Percent Response Count
Exercise or workout 100.0% 3
Commuting to work or school 33.3% 1
Routine errands 33.3% 1
Trips to parks or recreational facilities 100.0% 3
Trips to the library, museums, and similar places 100.0% 3
Social visits 33.3% 1
Family outings 33.3% 1
Training for events (5K, 10K, Marathon, etc.) 33.3% 1
Walk pet 66.7% 2
Leisure 66.7% 2

What discourages you from choosing to walk?

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Please pick the top 3 destination types you think we need to focus on improving pedestrian access to the most.

Response Percent Response Count
Downtown 100.0% 3
Library 33.3% 1
K-12 Schools 33.3% 1
Neighborhoods 66.7% 2
Parks 33.3% 1
Other 33.3% 1

What other streets or intersections should be prioritized for Eudora?

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3
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What else would make Eudora more pedestrian-friendly?

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2
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How old are you?

Response Percent Response Count
25-34 33.3% 1
35-64 66.7% 2

What is your sex?

Response Percent Response Count
Male 33.3% 1
Female 66.7% 2

Where do you live? (nearest cross streets/intersection | Example: 8th & Locust Street)

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3
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Where did you hear about this survey?

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May 12, 2016, 5:35 AM
  • If you walk/run, which of the following describes why you do it? Check all that apply
    • Exercise or workout
    • Commuting to work or school
    • Routine errands
    • Trips to parks or recreational facilities
    • Trips to the library, museums, and similar places
    • Family outings
    • Training for events (5K, 10K, Marathon, etc.)
    • Leisure
  • What discourages you from choosing to walk?

    Unleashed dogs

  • Please pick the top 3 destination types you think we need to focus on improving pedestrian access to the most.
    • Downtown
    • Neighborhoods
    • Parks
  • What other streets or intersections should be prioritized for Eudora?

    I'd like to see a trail between downtown Eudora and downtown Lawrence! It's the perfect distance for a family day ride and could make Eudora a great bike destination for Lawrence cyclists and families.

  • What else would make Eudora more pedestrian-friendly?

    Better leash laws and enforcement.

  • How old are you?
    • 35-64
  • What is your sex?
    • Male
  • Where do you live? (nearest cross streets/intersection | Example: 8th & Locust Street)

    12th and Sandusky

  • Where did you hear about this survey?

    Twitter

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Developing priority routes is one way to target limited resources to building sidewalks between key community locations. Funding could be prioritized to build sidewalk along these routes. The yellow lines in the map below are our first attempt at identifying priority routes for Eudora.

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