130th / 145th Station Area Planning Survey

The City of Seattle is kicking off the 130th & 145th Station Area Planning. New light rail stations at 130th and 145th Streets will serve the neighborhoods of Haller Lake, Pinehurst, Olympic Hills, Victory Heights, as well as the urban villages of Lake City and Bitter Lake. This survey will help the planning team learn more about the needs and desires of the community.



This survey is one of a series of community involvement activities – both online and in-person – that will take place in 2019. Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and ideas.
 
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* 1. Why are you interested in this project? Check all that apply.

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* 2. Which neighborhood or urban village are you most interested in? Check all that apply.

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* 3. What places are most important to you? Rank the following where 1 is most favorite. Use each number only once when ranking.

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* 4. What are some of your other favorite places in the neighborhood?

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* 5. What would you like to see more of? Rank the following where 1 is most important.

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* 6. How do you get around TODAY? (Please check all that apply)

  Around the neighborhood  Commute to work Trips to downtown for social (non-work) event
Walk (or use mobility device)
Personal car, truck, or van
Bus
Personal Bike
Bike sharing (Lime, Jump)
Ridesharing (Taxi, Uber, Lyft)
Car-sharing (Car2Go, Reach Now, Zipcar)

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* 7. When light rail comes to the 130th and 145th Street Stations, how will you get around in the FUTURE?  (Please check all that apply)

  Around the neighborhood  Commute to work Trips to downtown for social (non-work) event
Light rail
Walk (or use mobility device)
Personal car, truck, or van
Bus / Rapid Transit
Personal Bike
Bike sharing (Lime, Jump)
Ridesharing (Taxi, Uber, Lyft)
Car-sharing (Car2Go, Reach Now, Zipcar)

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* 8. How much do you anticipate using future light rail from the 130th or 145th station?

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* 9. If you plan to use light rail, how will you get to the station?

  Least likely Most likely
Walk (or use mobility device)
Personal car, truck, or van
Bus
Personal Bike
Bike sharing (Lime, Jump)
Ridesharing (Taxi, Uber, Lyft)
Car-sharing (Car2Go, Reach Now, Zipcar)
Get dropped off

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* 10. When thinking about walking or biking to the 130th or 145th Street Stations, what concerns you?

  Not a concern Very High Concern
Difficult or uncomfortable to walk to station
Difficult or uncomfortable to ride your bicycle to station
High traffic or congestion around the station
Local bus stops is too far from the station.
Lack of traffic signals
Lack of cross walks.
Not enough street lighting

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* 11. If you plan to walk to the light rail station, what streets are most important to improve for pedestrians? (Please select your top 5)

  Top five improvements for Pedestrians
NE 145th Street (east of 1st Ave NE)
N 145th (west of 1st Ave NE)
NE130th Street (east of 1st Ave NE)
N 130th Street (west of 1st Ave NE)
NE 125th Street(east of 1st Ave NE)
N 125th Street(west of 1st Ave NE)
Roosevelt Way NE (east of 1st Ave NE)
Roosevelt Way N (west of 1st Ave NE)
Other

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* 12. If you plan to bicycle to the light rail station, what corridors are most important to improve?

  Top five improvements for Bicyclists
145th St.
130th St.
120th St.
125th St.
Roosevelt Way
1st Ave NE
5th Ave NE
15th Ave NE
Meridian Ave. N
Ashworth Ave. N
Corliss Ave. N.

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* 13. King County Metro’s Long Range Plan shows a new east /west bus route from NE 125th Street in Lake City to NE 130th Street in Bitter Lake and Broadview that will serve the 130th Street Station. On a scale of one to five, how important is this proposed bus route?

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* 14. Do you have a BIG IDEA for the future station area? What one thing would you change, build, create, etc.?

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* 16. Do you have any other questions, comments or concerns?

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