CRD School Travel Planning: Family Transportation Follow-Up Survey

The Capital Regional District's School Travel Planning program aims to encourage and enable more students and families to walk, scooter, skate or cycle on their journey to and from school.

Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey. Your input will help us understand the impact School Travel Planning has had on transportation issues and activities at your school, and is key to the success of the CRD's School Travel Planning program.

Please answer the questions thinking about your youngest child attending your school. If you have any questions about the survey or the School Travel Planning process, please contact HASTe at info@hastebc.org

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    ONLY ANSWER Questions 8-10 if your child(ren) is usually DRIVEN to or from school. If you usually WALK, please skip to question 10.

    Please note, for questions 8-10, once you click an option it can't be un-clicked. So please consider before you click - and if you need to change your answer, you can always re-load the form and start from scratch.
    Distance from home too far
    Convenience/time pressures
    Traffic danger
    Personal safety issues (e.g. bullying, stranger danger, etc.)
    I'm on my way somewhere else (e.g. to work)
    Weather
    Other (Describe in question 14)
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    They did not walk alone
    There was a safer or improved walking route
    There were reduced traffic dangers
    They were older
    They did not live so far from school
    Other (Describe in question 14)
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    They did not cycle alone
    There was a safer or improved cycling route
    There were reduced traffic dangers
    They were older
    They did not live so far from school
    They received bicycle safety training
    They could lock their bicycle in a safe place
    Other (Describe in question 14)
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    Walking
    Cycling
    Transit
    Other (Describe in question 14)
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    Walking or cycling routes to school
    The health benefits of active travel
    The environmental benefits of active travel
    The social benefits of active travel
    Public transit
    Pedestrian safety
    Bike safety
    Traffic safety
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    Infrastructure improvements, e.g. signage, crosswalk upgrades, speed bumps
    Signage changes
    New bike racks
    Walk and Wheel to School week
    Bike to School week
    Newsletter announcements
    Bike skills and safety training
    Best Routes to School map
    Other
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