Thank you for participating in the Eastern DelCo Bikeway Prioritization Study!

The goal of this study is to identify regional bicycle connections through Upper Darby, Lansdowne, East Lansdowne, and Yeadon. Bicycle facilities help to promote public health and create non-motorized connections between people and trails, parks, schools, transit sites, and other key areas. Your feedback will be vital in helping the project team determine major destinations in the region, bicycle routes that are appropriate, safe, and accessible, and what improvements could be made to these and other potential bicycle routes to increase safety and encourage cycling.

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A map of the study area is displayed below in gray. This survey is intended for those who live or travel through this area. 

A map of the study area is displayed below in gray. This survey is intended for those who live or travel through this area. 

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* 1. Where do you live?

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* 2. What is your age?

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* 3. Do you own or have access to a car on a regular basis?

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* 4. On average, how often do you bike?

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* 5. I bike for the following reasons (please check all that apply)...

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* 6. What do you perceive as the biggest barriers to bicycle travel in Eastern Delaware County? Please rank the following options.

  Major Barrier Minor Barrier Not a Significant Barrier
Limited bicycle facilities (e.g., trails, bike lanes)
Dangerous intersection crossings
Limited bicycle parking at key destinations
Limited crossings of SEPTA rail tracks
Parked cars
High traffic volumes / speeds
Lack of connectivity between bicycle facilities and key destinations

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Below are some of the different types of bike facilities and bicycle-friendly treatments that you'll see listed in Question 7.

Below are some of the different types of bike facilities and bicycle-friendly treatments that you'll see listed in Question 7.

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* 7. How would the following facilities affect your willingness to ride a bike?

  Greatly Increase Somewhat Increase Neither Increase nor Decrease Somewhat Decrease Greatly Decrease
Separated bike facilities on regional routes (e.g., Baltimore Ave., Lansdwone Ave., Marshall Rd., etc.)
Conventional bike lanes on regional routes
Signed bike routes on minor, neighborhood roads
Traffic calming measure to reduce vehicle speeds (e.g., curb extensions)
Striped bike crossings at intersections
Bike signals at major signalized intersections
Bike boxes (advance waiting areas for cyclists) at intersections
New off-road facilities, such as converting the abandoned Newtown Square Rail Line from Baltimore Avenue to the Upper Darby High School and the Delaware County Memorial Hospital into a trail
Online tool to identify local, low stress roads

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* 8. What are some major destinations (employment, shopping, etc.) that you would consider biking to? Please check all that apply.

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* 9. In Question 8, if you indicated you would be interested in biking to one of the following destinations, please list the name of the destination(s).

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* 10. If you have children or are a caregiver, please indicate your feelings about your children biking to school.

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* 11. What are some of the roads you would consider using if bike facilities were available? Please check all that apply.

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* 12. I would be comfortable with removing parking on local streets (not metered parking on major raods) in favor of bicycle facilities.

Not comfortable Somewhat comfortable Very comfortable
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i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 13. I would use bikeshare, such as IndeGo, if it were provided in the study area.

No Maybe Yes
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i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 14. Please share any additional comments or thoughts regarding the Eastern DelCo Bikeway Study.

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* 15. If you would like to receive an email invitation to the Eastern DelCo Bikeway Study public event, tentatively scheduled for early summer, please enter your email address below.

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