St Clair Trail Plan - Public Survey #1
Survey Overview

This survey uses a number of terms defined below:

Trails: off-road paved pathways for walking and biking, like a wider sidewalk, often passing through parks or natural areas.

Bikeways: infrastructure designed for bicycle riding, including bike lanes, buffered bike lanes (like a bike lane but with a striped buffer zone between the bike lane and the vehicle lane), share the road (sharrow) markings, and side paths (paved trails adjacent to but not inside roadways).

Questions
Q1: How would you describe yourself as a cyclist? Check one option below.
Q2: How do you currently use trails or bikeways for walking, running, or biking? For each activity listed below, respond using the following scale:
1 = never for this purpose
2 = few times a year
3 = few times a month
4 = a few times a week
5 = most days
Getting to work or school
Getting to commercial destinations (shopping centers, services, etc.)
Getting to recreation destinations (parks, recreation centers)
Getting outside and access to nature
Getting to cultural or entertainment destinations (museums, library, etc.)
Getting to transit services
For competitive running training
For competitive cycling training
For general health and fitness (walking, jogging, bicycling)
Q3: How likely are you to use trails or bikeways for walking, running, or biking in the future? For each activity listed below, respond using the following scale:
1 = not at all likely
2 = somewhat likely
3 = highly likely
Getting to work or school
Getting to commercial destinations (shopping centers, services, etc.)
Getting to recreation destinations (parks, recreation centers)
Getting outside and access to nature
Getting to cultural or entertainment destinations (museums, library, etc.)
Getting to transit services
For competitive running training
For competitive cycling training
For general health and fitness (walking, jogging, bicycling)
Q4: To what extent are the following barriers preventing you from using trails or bikeways more often?
1 = not a barrier
2 = moderate barrier
3 = significant barrier
No trails close to where I live
I don’t feel safe using trails or bike facilities
Concern about crossing busy roads
Trails don’t connect to places where I want to go
Don’t have the right equipment
Physical fitness or health concerns
Unsure of where to go or how to use a bikeway or trail
Not enough time
Q5: What do you feel are the most important trail or bikeway benefits? Rank these benefits on a 1-5 scale, using each number once.
1 (Most important)
2
3
4
5 (Least important)
Improves health and wellness
Supports economic activity / investment
Makes the region more attractive to residents / businesses
Provides access to important destinations
Serves a transportation need
Additional Questions
Q6: Are there specific trail opportunities or connections you’d like to see in St. Clair county or to adjacent areas? Please write-in suggestions below:
Your answer
Q7: Do you have other feedback you’d like to share with the project team? Please write below:
Your answer
Q8: What community do you live in? Please write-in your city or township:
Q9: How old are you?
Q10: Are you involved in any recreational groups, advocacy groups, or other organizations involved with trails or bikeways? If yes, please list the organization(s) below:
Your answer
Q11: If you’d like to stay involved in the St Clair Trail Plan process, please leave your e-mail address below:
Your answer
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