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How can we improve transportation in Lealman?


Do you live or work in Lealman?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 72.7% 16
No 27.3% 6

Is there a mode of transportation that you wish you could take more often? Please select all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
Personal automobile 9.1% 2
Transit 22.7% 5
Bike 81.8% 18
Walk 68.2% 15
Other 4.5% 1

Are there any obstacles or reasons why you do not use this mode? Please select all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
I do not feel safe 66.7% 14
The facilities do not make me feel comfortable 33.3% 7
There are no facilities near where I live 14.3% 3
Other 23.8% 5

Please rank the following priorities:

Average priorities over 22 responses
  1. Sidewalk improvements

    Sidewalk improvements
  2. Designated bike lanes

    Designated bike lanes
  3. Street lighting

    Street lighting
  4. Maintenance of existing roads (i.e. resurface)

    Maintenance of existing roads (i.e. resurface)
  5. Pedestrian crossings

    Pedestrian crossings
  6. Additional trails

    Additional trails
  7. Enhanced landscaping/shade trees

    Enhanced landscaping/shade trees
  8. Improved efficiency of traffic signals

    Improved efficiency of traffic signals
  9. Transit improvements (more frequent buses, enhanced bus stops)

    Transit improvements (more frequent buses, enhanced bus stops)
  10. Widening existing roads (adding new lanes)

    Widening existing roads (adding new lanes)
  11. New roadways or roadway connections

    New roadways or roadway connections
  12. Narrowing existing roads (removing lanes)

    Narrowing existing roads (removing lanes)
  13. Please specify below

    Other
  14. Improved truck access 

    Improved truck access

What roadway improvements are most needed?

Answered
19
Skipped
3

What pedestrian and bicycle improvements are most needed?

Answered
21
Skipped
1

What transit improvements are most needed?

Answered
11
Skipped
11

What safety improvements are most needed?

Answered
17
Skipped
5

Please tell us where transportation improvements are needed in Lealman.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Allen Tippins inside Lealman Neighborhood Boundary
April 30, 2018, 2:01 PM
  • Do you live or work in Lealman?
    • Yes
  • Is there a mode of transportation that you wish you could take more often? Please select all that apply.
    • Bike
    • Walk
  • Are there any obstacles or reasons why you do not use this mode? Please select all that apply.
    • I do not feel safe
    • There are no facilities near where I live
  • Please rank the following priorities:
    1. Sidewalk improvements

      Sidewalk improvements
    2. Street lighting

      Street lighting
    3. Designated bike lanes

      Designated bike lanes
  • What roadway improvements are most needed?
    No response.
  • What pedestrian and bicycle improvements are most needed?
    No response.
  • What transit improvements are most needed?
    No response.
  • What safety improvements are most needed?
    No response.
  • Please tell us where transportation improvements are needed in Lealman.

     
     
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Designated bike lanes

Improved efficiency of traffic signals

Transit improvements (more frequent buses, enhanced bus stops)

Additional trails

Pedestrian crossings

Street lighting

Narrowing existing roads (removing lanes)

New roadways or roadway connections

Sidewalk improvements

Improved truck access 

Enhanced landscaping/shade trees

Widening existing roads (adding new lanes)

Please specify below

Maintenance of existing roads (i.e. resurface)


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