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How frequently do you TYPICALLY use the following transportation options to travel around the City?

Walk
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 29.4% 440
A few times a week 19.8% 297
A few times a month 17.9% 268
Rarely 21.9% 328
Never 10.4% 156
Roll in a wheelchair
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 0.6% 9
A few times a week 0.3% 4
A few times a month 0.3% 4
Rarely 2.0% 30
Never 95.5% 1,431
Bike/E-bike
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 13.7% 206
A few times a week 15.7% 236
A few times a month 14.7% 221
Rarely 17.7% 265
Never 37.3% 559
Scooter/E-Scooter
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 0.4% 6
A few times a week 0.7% 11
A few times a month 2.4% 36
Rarely 9.7% 145
Never 85.2% 1,277
Bus, Street Car, or Other Public Transit
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 6.3% 95
A few times a week 5.6% 84
A few times a month 10.9% 164
Rarely 40.2% 602
Never 36.0% 539
Car or Truck
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 60.0% 900
A few times a week 27.1% 406
A few times a month 6.3% 95
Rarely 3.3% 49
Never 3.1% 46
Carpool
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 2.6% 39
A few times a week 7.5% 113
A few times a month 13.7% 206
Rarely 25.4% 381
Never 49.6% 743
Motorcycle or Motor Scooter
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 1.3% 19
A few times a week 1.3% 19
A few times a month 1.8% 27
Rarely 4.4% 66
Never 89.8% 1,346
Taxi, Lyft, or Uber
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 0.8% 12
A few times a week 1.7% 26
A few times a month 16.0% 240
Rarely 45.1% 676
Never 35.3% 529

How frequently do you WANT to use the following transportation options to travel around the City?

Walk
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 47.9% 718
A few times a week 21.5% 322
A few times a month 14.1% 211
Rarely 9.3% 140
Never 6.8% 102
Roll in a wheelchair
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 2.5% 37
A few times a week 0.7% 10
A few times a month 0.5% 8
Rarely 3.6% 54
Never 90.9% 1,363
Bike/E-bike
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 34.9% 524
A few times a week 18.9% 284
A few times a month 13.9% 209
Rarely 8.7% 130
Never 22.9% 344
Scooter/E-Scooter
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 3.9% 58
A few times a week 3.7% 56
A few times a month 9.1% 136
Rarely 17.0% 255
Never 64.5% 967
Bus, Street Car, or Other Public Transit
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 23.0% 345
A few times a week 21.7% 325
A few times a month 24.9% 374
Rarely 15.4% 231
Never 14.5% 217
Car or Truck
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 31.1% 467
A few times a week 30.1% 452
A few times a month 16.2% 243
Rarely 14.9% 223
Never 7.1% 106
Carpool
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 5.1% 77
A few times a week 14.4% 216
A few times a month 21.5% 323
Rarely 21.4% 321
Never 35.9% 539
Motorcycle or Motor Scooter
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 3.6% 54
A few times a week 3.0% 45
A few times a month 3.9% 59
Rarely 9.3% 140
Never 78.7% 1,180
Taxi, Lyft, or Uber
Response Percent Response Count
Daily 1.9% 29
A few times a week 3.5% 52
A few times a month 18.4% 276
Rarely 39.7% 596
Never 35.3% 529

How do you typically get to work or school in Tucson? (Check all that apply.)

Response Percent Response Count
Walk 17.2% 258
Roll in a wheelchair 0.3% 4
Bike / Electric Bike 24.5% 367
Scooter/ Electric scooter 0.9% 13
Bus, Street Car, or Other Public Transit 12.6% 189
Car or Truck 72.8% 1,090
Carpool 7.3% 110
Motorcycle or Motor Scooter 2.1% 31
Taxi, Lyft, or Uber 3.5% 52
Other (please specify) 10.4% 156

Other (please specify)

Answered
190
Skipped
1,310

I would WALK more if... (Choose up to three reasons).

Response Percent Response Count
It was safer. 45.3% 680
There was better infrastructure. 54.8% 822
There were more destinations near me. 54.9% 823
It was more comfortable. 23.6% 354
I had better information. 3.0% 45
I'm not sure. 6.3% 95
Other (please specify) 15.5% 233

Other (please specify)

Answered
304
Skipped
1,196

I would BIKE more if...(Choose up to three reasons.)

Response Percent Response Count
It was safer. 58.2% 873
There was better infrastructure. 57.7% 866
It was more affordable. 2.7% 41
I traveled shorter distances. 28.5% 427
It was more comfortable. 15.5% 233
I had better information. 4.2% 63
I'm not sure. 3.4% 51
I am unable or uninterested in riding a bicycle. 13.5% 202
Other (please specify) 13.4% 201

Other (please specify)

Answered
286
Skipped
1,214

I would take PUBLIC TRANSIT, such as street car or the bus, more if...(Choose up to three reasons.)

Response Percent Response Count
It was safer. 15.1% 226
There was better infrastructure. 39.4% 591
It was more affordable. 11.4% 171
It was more comfortable. 9.6% 144
I had better information. 11.1% 166
I knew I could regularly get where I needed to go on time. 58.5% 877
The route was faster or more direct. 52.3% 785
I'm not sure. 8.6% 129
Other (please specify) 15.8% 237

Other (please specify)

Answered
330
Skipped
1,170

I would use SHARED MICROMOBILITY, such as bike or scooter share, more if...(Choose up to three reasons.)

Response Percent Response Count
It was safer. 18.8% 282
There was better infrastructure. 19.1% 287
It was more affordable. 13.9% 208
I traveled shorter distances. 14.9% 223
It was more comfortable. 3.8% 57
I had better information. 8.9% 133
There were more bikes or scooters available in my area. 20.4% 306
I'm not sure. 10.0% 150
I'm unable or uninterested in using shared micromobility options. 42.9% 643
Other (please specify) 7.1% 106

Other (please specify)

Answered
148
Skipped
1,352

What should Tucson prioritize as we plan for the future of the City's transportation system? (Choose up to three priorities.)

Response Percent Response Count
Improved safety for all modes. 32.4% 484
More affordable transportation options. 9.7% 145
Transportation options that support a sustainable city. 43.9% 655
Improved maintenance of existing transportation infrastructure. 32.5% 485
Reduced travel time. 20.5% 306
Better cross-town mobility. 41.3% 617
More access to destinations near me. 7.3% 109
Better options for walking, biking, or taking public transportation. 42.7% 637
Social equity, prioritizing historically-marginalized communities (including low-income households, people of color, etc.) 31.6% 472
Geographic equity, prioritizing under-served neighborhoods. 20.2% 301
I'm not sure. 1.1% 16

If you had $25 to spend on transportation in the City of Tucson, how would you distribute the funding between the following TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS?

Response Percent Response Count
Walking and rolling in a wheelchair 12.1% 4,529
Biking 16.6% 6,203
Public Transit, such as bus and street car 21.3% 7,948
Shared modes, such as Uber, Lyft, and taxis 2.0% 757
Shared micromobility, such as bike or scooter share 3.0% 1,119
Driving 10.2% 3,808
Roadway maintenance 25.6% 9,567
Other (please specify) 2.6% 969

Other (please specify)

Answered
225
Skipped
1,275

How important is it for the City of Tucson to invest in the following types of projects?

Widen roads.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 21.0% 314
Somewhat important 29.9% 446
Not very important. 23.4% 350
Not at all important. 23.8% 355
I'm not sure. 1.9% 28
Improve safety of roadway crossings for people walking and biking.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 68.9% 1,028
Somewhat important 22.5% 336
Not very important. 5.8% 87
Not at all important. 2.3% 35
I'm not sure. 0.5% 7
Slow driving speeds.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 22.9% 342
Somewhat important 29.1% 434
Not very important. 28.0% 418
Not at all important. 16.4% 245
I'm not sure. 3.6% 54
Improve safety for all road users.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 59.9% 894
Somewhat important 30.9% 462
Not very important. 6.2% 92
Not at all important. 2.2% 33
I'm not sure. 0.8% 12
Repave streets.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 57.0% 851
Somewhat important 31.3% 468
Not very important. 9.2% 137
Not at all important. 2.2% 33
I'm not sure. 0.3% 4
Expand the reach of bus service.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 42.3% 631
Somewhat important 31.8% 475
Not very important. 14.5% 216
Not at all important. 6.4% 95
I'm not sure. 5.1% 76
Improve bus frequency.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 40.1% 599
Somewhat important 31.5% 471
Not very important. 16.3% 243
Not at all important. 5.4% 81
I'm not sure. 6.6% 99
Extend the streetcar and/or implement bus rapid transit (BRT).
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 48.8% 729
Somewhat important 26.3% 392
Not very important. 12.7% 189
Not at all important. 8.3% 124
I'm not sure. 4.0% 59
Build safe, more connected bikeways.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 55.9% 835
Somewhat important 26.9% 402
Not very important. 9.9% 148
Not at all important. 5.2% 77
I'm not sure. 2.1% 31
Build more sidewalks that are fully accessible to people walking or using wheelchairs.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 60.2% 899
Somewhat important 26.2% 391
Not very important. 8.4% 126
Not at all important. 3.2% 48
I'm not sure. 1.9% 29
Improve traffic signal timing and coordination.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 49.2% 735
Somewhat important 28.7% 428
Not very important. 16.7% 250
Not at all important. 4.2% 62
I'm not sure. 1.2% 18
Improve street lighting.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 31.8% 475
Somewhat important 32.2% 481
Not very important. 25.3% 378
Not at all important. 8.2% 123
I'm not sure. 2.4% 36
Increase landscaping along the roadways, including planting more trees.
Response Percent Response Count
Very important 33.9% 506
Somewhat important 32.6% 487
Not very important. 21.1% 315
Not at all important. 10.5% 157
I'm not sure. 1.9% 28

How should Tucson's major streets move people?

Response Percent Response Count
Keep on Driving 11.5% 172
Exclusive Public transit facilities 7.9% 118
Exclusive bike facilities 12.8% 191
Enhanced pedestrian space 4.9% 73
Balance needs for all travel modes 62.9% 939
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August 11, 2020, 2:19 PM
  • How frequently do you TYPICALLY use the following transportation options to travel around the City?
    • Walk - Daily
    • Roll in a wheelchair - Never
    • Bike/E-bike - A few times a month
    • Scooter/E-Scooter - Never
    • Bus, Street Car, or Other Public Transit - Never
    • Car or Truck - A few times a week
    • Carpool - Rarely
    • Motorcycle or Motor Scooter - Never
    • Taxi, Lyft, or Uber - Never
  • How frequently do you WANT to use the following transportation options to travel around the City?
    • Walk - Daily
    • Bike/E-bike - Daily
    • Scooter/E-Scooter - A few times a month
    • Bus, Street Car, or Other Public Transit - A few times a week
    • Car or Truck - A few times a month
    • Carpool - Rarely
    • Motorcycle or Motor Scooter - Never
    • Taxi, Lyft, or Uber - Never
  • How do you typically get to work or school in Tucson? (Check all that apply.)
    • Car or Truck
  • Other (please specify)
    No response.
  • I would WALK more if... (Choose up to three reasons).
    • It was safer.
    • There was better infrastructure.
    • It was more comfortable.
  • Other (please specify)
    No response.
  • I would BIKE more if...(Choose up to three reasons.)
    • It was safer.
    • There was better infrastructure.
    • Other (please specify)
  • Other (please specify)
    Safe place to lock bike where it would not be stolen.
  • I would take PUBLIC TRANSIT, such as street car or the bus, more if...(Choose up to three reasons.)
    • It was safer.
    • There was better infrastructure.
    • I knew I could regularly get where I needed to go on time.
  • Other (please specify)
    No response.
  • I would use SHARED MICROMOBILITY, such as bike or scooter share, more if...(Choose up to three reasons.)
    • It was safer.
    • There was better infrastructure.
    • There were more bikes or scooters available in my area.
  • Other (please specify)
    No response.
  • What should Tucson prioritize as we plan for the future of the City's transportation system? (Choose up to three priorities.)
    • Improved safety for all modes.
    • Transportation options that support a sustainable city.
    • Better options for walking, biking, or taking public transportation.
  • If you had $25 to spend on transportation in the City of Tucson, how would you distribute the funding between the following TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS?
    • Biking (10)
    • Roadway maintenance (4)
  • Other (please specify)

    Sorry, I didn't get how this one worked.

  • How important is it for the City of Tucson to invest in the following types of projects?
    • Widen roads. - Not very important.
    • Improve safety of roadway crossings for people walking and biking. - Very important
    • Slow driving speeds. - Very important
    • Improve safety for all road users. - Very important
    • Repave streets. - Somewhat important
    • Expand the reach of bus service. - Not very important.
    • Improve bus frequency. - Not very important.
    • Extend the streetcar and/or implement bus rapid transit (BRT). - Very important
    • Build safe, more connected bikeways. - Very important
    • Build more sidewalks that are fully accessible to people walking or using wheelchairs. - Very important
    • Improve traffic signal timing and coordination. - Somewhat important
    • Improve street lighting. - Somewhat important
    • Increase landscaping along the roadways, including planting more trees. - Very important
  • How should Tucson's major streets move people?
    • Balance needs for all travel modes
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