There are 23 senior facilities in and around downtown Hayward.  To help enhance safety for pedestrians, the Safe Routes for Seniors project is intended to create more comfortable and safer places to walk at four intersections in the downtown area. We are looking for your input to help us identify and meet the needs of local residents. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey!
It's helpful for the City to understand who we are hearing from. We would appreciate it if you can provide the optional information below.

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#### * 6. How safe and comfortable do you feel crossing at each of these intersections?

 1 = very comfortable 2 3 4 5 = I avoid this intersection Foothill Blvd / Hazel Ave-City Center Dr Foothill Blvd / Hazel Ave-City Center Dr 1 = very comfortable Foothill Blvd / Hazel Ave-City Center Dr 2 Foothill Blvd / Hazel Ave-City Center Dr 3 Foothill Blvd / Hazel Ave-City Center Dr 4 Foothill Blvd / Hazel Ave-City Center Dr 5 = I avoid this intersection A Street / Montgomery Ave A Street / Montgomery Ave 1 = very comfortable A Street / Montgomery Ave 2 A Street / Montgomery Ave 3 A Street / Montgomery Ave 4 A Street / Montgomery Ave 5 = I avoid this intersection B Street / Montgomery Ave B Street / Montgomery Ave 1 = very comfortable B Street / Montgomery Ave 2 B Street / Montgomery Ave 3 B Street / Montgomery Ave 4 B Street / Montgomery Ave 5 = I avoid this intersection D Street / Watkins Dr D Street / Watkins Dr 1 = very comfortable D Street / Watkins Dr 2 D Street / Watkins Dr 3 D Street / Watkins Dr 4 D Street / Watkins Dr 5 = I avoid this intersection

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#### * 7. If you find it difficult to cross at these intersections, which of the following are problems for you? (1 = not a concern, 5 = significant problem)

 1 = not a concern 2 3 4 5 = significant problem Not enough time to cross the street Not enough time to cross the street 1 = not a concern Not enough time to cross the street 2 Not enough time to cross the street 3 Not enough time to cross the street 4 Not enough time to cross the street 5 = significant problem Turning vehicles don't yield to pedestrians Turning vehicles don't yield to pedestrians 1 = not a concern Turning vehicles don't yield to pedestrians 2 Turning vehicles don't yield to pedestrians 3 Turning vehicles don't yield to pedestrians 4 Turning vehicles don't yield to pedestrians 5 = significant problem Curb ramps don't line up with crosswalks Curb ramps don't line up with crosswalks 1 = not a concern Curb ramps don't line up with crosswalks 2 Curb ramps don't line up with crosswalks 3 Curb ramps don't line up with crosswalks 4 Curb ramps don't line up with crosswalks 5 = significant problem Crosswalks are too long Crosswalks are too long 1 = not a concern Crosswalks are too long 2 Crosswalks are too long 3 Crosswalks are too long 4 Crosswalks are too long 5 = significant problem
Questions 8 through 11 include images of what the 4 intersections look like today and the proposed changes to increase safety and comfort for pedestrians. Please review these images and rate the proposed improvements below.

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#### * 13. Improvements for pedestrians may result in increased delays for vehicle traffic. How should we balance the needs of pedestrians and drivers?

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