East César Chávez Neighborhood Traffic Survey
Hello Neighbors! Do you have something to say about traffic in the East César Chávez Neighborhood? The ECC Neighborhood Planning Team is discussing traffic calming and safety improvements on our streets. Your input will help build community support to bring improvements to the streets we travel, walk and bike on. We will be discussing traffic calming and safety improvements for our neighborhood with the Austin Transportation Department (ATD) at our monthly meeting September 15, 2021. The ECC Planning Team invites you to join the conversation and participate in a short survey to share your thoughts about our streets.

The survey should take less than 10 minutes and is divided into two sections. The first section is specific to Comal and Waller Streets, two streets already being discussed at monthly meetings. The second section is directed at streets throughout the neighborhood.
1. Do you think speeding is a problem on Comal Street?
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2. ATD’s Traffic Calming Toolkit includes the following devices to help reduce speeding and make streets safer for everyone. Which of these devices do you think would be successful for traffic calming and improving safety on Comal Street? (check all that apply).
3. Please share any location-specific feedback you have about Comal Street.
4. Do you think speeding is a problem on Waller Street?
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5. If you think Waller Street needs traffic calming and/or safety improvements, what improvements do you think could help? (Check all that apply)
6. New, wider sidewalks were installed along Waller Street recently, covering up existing bike lanes from Cesar Chavez to Holly Street. Would you like to see bike lanes reinstalled along Waller Street?
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7. Would you like to see bike lanes installed on Waller between Holly Street and Nash Hernandez Boulevard?
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8. Please share any location-specific feedback you have about Waller Street.
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