Georgetown South Park Trail Community Survey
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Demographic information
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Employed or own a business locally? Check all that apply.
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Do you own a car or bike?
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Ethnicity
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Local Trips
How often do you travel between the neighborhoods of Georgetown and South Park?
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For local trips, how do you prefer to travel? Check all that apply.
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Why DO you choose to walk or bike between Georgetown and South Park? Check all that apply.
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Why DON'T you choose to walk or bike between Georgetown and South Park? Check all that apply.
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If there was a walking/biking trail between GT and SP that felt safe and comfortable to you, would you walk or ride a bike more often?
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Future Trail Design
I want the trail constructed as soon as possible by using a cost saving approach. Focus on spot improvements. It doesn’t have to be nice, just functional and safe.
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I want the trail to include materials, features, and amenities important to the community, even if it takes more time and money. Make it safe and also really nice to use.
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It's important that the trail connects more people with local businesses and attracts visitors to the neighborhoods.
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All people need to feel safe using the trail during the day and night time. It should have good lighting, physical separation from motor vehicles, good visibility and no hiding places.
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The trail should connect to the City's planned bicycle and transit networks.
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The trail should help reduce pollution by adding trees, natural drainage, and other natural elements like green walls or rain gardens.
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It's important for the trail to have artwork, interpretive signs and/or cultural/historic markers so it feels like an extension of our neighborhood.
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Which do you prefer?
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Choose your preferred route.
Georgetown Connection - choose your favorite option.
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E Marginal Way S Connection - choose your favorite option. (Existing street conditions pictured)
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South Park Connection - choose your favorite option. (Existing street conditions pictured)
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Is there anything else you would like the City to keep in mind as they design the GSP Trail?
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Participation / Staying in Touch
Would you take part in a walking or biking group, club or program? Check all that apply.
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What type of group or program would you be most interested in? Check all that apply.
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What are the easiest ways for you to get information about what's going on in your neighborhood? Check all that apply.
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How did you hear about this survey? Check all that apply.
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Want to connect with neighbors working on the Georgetown South Park Trail project?
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