Berkeley Healthy Streets Program Feedback Form
On June 11th, 2020 the City of Berkeley launched Berkeley Healthy Streets and on August 28th, 2020 there was a relaunch of the program with a more robust barrier approach. During the month of April 2021, the program expanded, adding several new segments.

The goal of the program is to make neighborhood streets safer to walk, jog, roll and bicycle, creating wider spaces than our current sidewalks allow. On these streets residents can make essential outdoor trips using the roadway while reducing foot traffic at parks and on outdoor trails, which have experienced extremely high usage since the region-wide Shelter-in-Place orders began. Learn more about the program at

If you post about the program on social media, use the hashtag #HealthyStreetsBerkeley
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Have you taken this survey before? *
Which of the following describes your interest in Berkeley’s Healthy Streets Program? (select all that apply)
If you live or own a business ON a Healthy Streets segment, which one?
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If you live or own a business NEAR a Healthy Streets segment, which one?
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Do you use, or plan to use, the Healthy Streets for walking, wheelchair rolling, playing, jogging, scootering and/or biking?
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If yes, which Healthy Streets are you using, or do you plan to use? Choose all that apply.
How did you learn about the Berkeley Healthy Streets Program? Please select all that apply.
Are you in support of Berkeley Healthy Streets?
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Why or why not?
Have you observed issues while using a Berkeley Healthy Street? Choose all that apply.
What transportation issues are important to your ability to thrive as best as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic? Choose all that apply.
What mode(s) of transportation are you using during Covid-19? Choose all that apply.
Do you feel like your transportation needs are being met during COVID-19? If not, what would you like to see be done to improve you transportation options?
If you have had the opportunity to use "Slow Streets" programs in other cities, how does the Berkeley Healthy Streets program compare?
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How can the City improve the Berkeley Healthy Streets Program?
What streets would you most like to see in the next expansion of Berkeley Healthy Streets? This map shows candidate segments in purple.
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Please provide other comments not addressed in the questions above.
Are you willing to provide demographic information today? All demographic questions are optional.
Answering questions about your demographic information will help us understand who is (and isn't) filling out the survey. This helps us avoid making generalizations and know which groups we need to do more to reach.
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