Piedmont Avenue - Safer Streets Community Survey
The City of Atlanta is committed to safer streets and improving access to jobs and opportunities for all Atlantans whether walking, biking, scooting or taking transit.

Over two dozen Atlantans lose their life crossing the street each year, a figure that is unacceptable. To address this safety crisis and save lives the City of Atlanta is taking Fast Action for Safer Streets, tripling the number of protected bike lanes in Atlanta by 2021.

There is no time to waste when the risk is even more people could lose their lives. The City of Atlanta wants to start implementing changes in spring 2020, and needs your help!

Piedmont Avenue will be one of the safety improvements planned for 2020. In order to get a complete picture of  needs for this area, we would like to know your experiences traveling on Piedmont Avenue between MLK and North Ave, how you get around the neighborhood, and what if any issues you have in doing so.

Your perspective is important to help guide our process and create a transportation system that works for everyone. Results of the survey will be presented and discussed at upcoming public meetings, give your feedback today to influence the design of a safer Piedmont Avenue!
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With limited space available, which form of mobility would you prefer to see prioritized? Please identify your top three priorities. *
Walking / Wheelchair
Bicycling / Scootering
Dedicated Bus Lanes
Travel Lanes for Cars
Turning Lanes for Cars
On-street Parking for Cars
Plaza Space / Parklets
1st Priority
2nd Priority
3rd Priority
When moving along this corridor, how safe do you feel using the following modes of transportation? *
Very Safe
Very Unsafe
Bicycling / E-Scooter
Taking transit
Piedmont Avenue should be improved to more effectively serve people walking, bicycling and riding e-scooters as well as motorists *
Which form of mobility would you use more often on this corridor if it were safer and more convenient? *
Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements as they relate to this corridor: *
I generally feel safe crossing the street
Cars seem to drive too fast on this street
I generally feel safe biking or riding a scooter on this street
On this corridor, scooter riders typically ride on the sidewalk, instead of in the travel lane
I generally feel safe using transit on this street
People walking generally do not use the crosswalks when crossing the street
This corridor is safe for children and seniors to walk
This corridor is safe for children or new riders to ride their bike
Installing protected bicycle/scooter lanes that provide a physical buffer between car traffic and bicyclists / scooter riders will help improve safety on this corridor *
Where along this corridor do you think there are specific safety concerns? (e.g a specific intersection, block, activity, etc) What changes would you like to see and where?
How close do you live or work to this corridor?
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What is your zip code?
Age Group
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Gender Identification
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Do you identify with having or living with a disability?
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If you are interested in receiving updates about the Action Plan for Safer Streets, please provide your email address (not required).
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