Butterfield Stage Corridor Community Survey
The City of Porterville, in collaboration with Tulare County Association of Governments and County of Tulare, is seeking grant funds for the development of a multi-modal corridor utilizing former railroad right of way between Tea Pot Dome Avenue to the south and Avenue 196 in Strathmore to the north. The corridor, located to the west of Main Street, will serve to increase and improve connectivity and mobility of non-motorized users to schools, employment centers, services, and healthcare facilities.
This information in mind, please answer the following questions:
1. How often do you walk, bicycle or use some other non-motorized form of transportation between home and work, school, or to run an errand?
2. How often do you walk or bicycle for social, recreation, or exercise?
3. Where do you or would you be most likely to walk or bike?
Off-Street multi-use trails
4. While traveling a path (or transportation corridor in this instance) would you prefer a straight path or one that meanders?
Combination of Both
5. What amenities would you like to see along the proposed multi-modal corridor?
Outdoor Fitness Equipment
6. What factors discourage bicycling and walking in Porterville?
Motor Vehicle Traffic
Lack of Multi-Use Trails/Sidewalks
Too Far to Bike/Walk
Personal Safety Concerns
Lack of Information
Lack of Personal Interest
Unsafe Street Crossings
Lack of Workplace Amenities
7. What is your primary means of transportation?
Bus (Porterville Transit)
Carpool (drive with others)
Mobility aid (e.g. wheelchair)
Taxi/Ridesourcing (e.g. Uber, Lyft, etc.)
Comments regarding the proposed multi-modal corridor project or biking/walking facilities in the community:
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