Bikeway Survey

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1. What are the reasons you choose to bike? (check all that apply)
2. How long are your most frequest bicycle trips (one-way)?
3. How often do you ride your bike?
4. What is your age?
5. To which of the following destinations do you currently ride your bike. (check all that apply)
6. To which of the following destinations would you ride your bike if routes were improved/established. (check all that apply)
7. Please rate the following proposed segments of Off-Street bikeway(a bikeway that crosses over or under a street) using a scale from 1 to 5 where 1 = Don't like it and 5 = Really like it.

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New off-street bikeway connecting Irvine Station to the employment and retail centers in the Irvine Spectrum located north/east of I-5 freeway.
New off-street bikeways connecting to and through the Orange County Great Park
New off-street bikeways through the Irvine Business Complex
Please refer to the map below for Question 7.
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8. Please rate your preference on the following type of bikeway facilities.
Least PreferredSomewhat PreferredMost Preferred
Off-Street Bikeway (separated from street)
On-Street Bikeway (striped lane on a street)
Grade Separated Crossing (a bikeway that crosses over or under a street)
9. Please rate the following proposed Grade Separated Crossings (bikeways that cross over or under a street) using a scale from 1 to 5 where 1 = Don't like it and 5 = Really like it.

See map below for reference.
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A. A new grade separated crossing over the I-5 freeway adjacent to Jeffrey Road
B. A new grade separated crossing over Walnut Avenue adjacent to Jeffrey Road
C. A new grade separated crossing over Jeffrey Road parallel to the I-405 freeway; north/east side of I-405 freeway
D. A new grade separated crossing over Culver Drive parallel to the I-405 freeway; north/east of I-405 freeway
Please refer to the map below for Question 9.
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10. Please rate the importance of the following bicyce amenities:
UnimportantSomewhat ImportantExtremely Important
Rest stop at parks (designated meeting areas with benches, drinking fountains and bike racks)
Benches along trails
Bicycle parking at retail centers
Bicycle parking at work place
Bicycle parking at parks
Wayfinding signs (signs to destinations)
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