SFMTA Traffic Calming Program Evaluation

 
In 2012, the SFMTA is updating its traffic calming process to ensure that the process is clear, equitable, and efficient.

If you have been involved in a traffic calming planning effort, we would love to hear your thoughts on the current program, and ideas for how to improve the program in the future.

The following survey should take around 5-15 minutes to complete.

This survey will be available until August 17, 2012.
1. We would like to know about your level of involvement with the SFMTA’s Traffic Calming Program. Please select all of the statements below that apply to you.
2. Which of the following traffic calming projects were you most involved in?
3. Please rate your experience with the following aspects of implementing Traffic Calming in San Francisco.

Note that we use the term “traffic calming device” to refer to any physical measure implemented as part of a traffic calming project, including speed humps, chicanes, corner bulb-outs, pedestrian islands, etc.
Strongly AgreeSomewhat AgreeNeutralSomewhat DisagreeStrongly DisagreeDon't Know / Not Applicable
It was easy to apply to the traffic calming program
The community meetings I attended were valuable
The overall process took longer than I felt was reasonable
The plan included the appropriate type of traffic calming devices
The plan included enough traffic calming devices
The plan addressed my concerns about traffic in my neighborhood
Conditions in my neighborhood have improved since traffic calming devices were installed
4. Please rank the following statements in order of importance to you, with "1" as the most important.

Click on the most important statements and drag them towards the top of the list.
The timeline of planning and implementation should be shortened
Multiple community meetings should be held to develop a customized plan
Streets should be considered on a block-by-block basis
Less expensive devices should be used so that more can be installed
Neighbors should get to choose from a variety of different traffic calming device options
It should be easy for anyone to apply for traffic calming
The entire neighborhood should be planned as a whole
Neighbors should have to build strong local support before applying for traffic calming
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5. If you have comments on your rankings in Question 4, above, please note them here:
6. We would also like to know how well different aspects of the process were communicated to you by SFMTA staff.
Strongly AgreeSomewhat AgreeNeutralSomewhat DisagreeStrongly DisagreeDon't Know / Not Applicable
SFMTA staff set accurate expectations for project timeline
SFMTA staff set accurate expectations for project results
SFMTA staff members were knowledgeable about traffic calming in general
7. Do you have any specific comments about an element of the traffic calming process that you thought was successful?
8. Do you have any specific comments about an element of the traffic calming process that you think could be improved upon?
9. Please describe any other suggestions you may have for the SFMTA neighborhood traffic calming process.
10. May we contact you? As we continue to develop ideas for the revised traffic calming process, we may want to contact you either with follow up questions about your answers above, or about new issues that we are exploring.

If you consent to be contacted, please include your contact information below. Or, if you prefer to keep your answers anonymous but are available for future discussion, please send your contact information via email to miriam.sorell@sfmta.com.
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