Understanding Bicycle Parking in Center City
This survey is being conducted for the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia in partnership with Temple University's City and Regional Planning program.

The goal of this survey is to inform strategies that target enhancements to both the quantity and the quality of bicycle parking within Center City. Responses are confidential and will only be used within the context of providing recommendations related to bicycle parking. We appreciate you taking the time to complete this survey; as a thank you, one survey respondent will receive a $25 gift card to a BCGP partner bike shop of their choosing.

Any questions should be directed to Dr. Jeffrey Doshna: doshna@temple.edu.

Please keep in mind that, for the purposes of this survey, "Center City" is be defined as the area bound by: Vine Street to the north, Pine Street to the south, from the Schuylkill River to the Delaware River. We understand that the answers to the questions below may not constitute the entirety of your bicycle parking experience; however, for the purposes of this survey, we are only interested in responses directly related to trips within the above specified Center City boundaries.
Survey Questions
On average, how many times per week (unique instances) do you lock your bike in Center City?
When you lock your bike in Center City how often is it for more than two hours?
What do you look for most in bike parking?
Highest Priority
High Priority
Low Priority
Lowest Priority
Proximity to destination
Presence of other bikes
Functionality of bike rack
Lighting/visibility of rack
For those of you who bike to work, does your employer have indoor bicycle parking?
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