Sunday Streets creates miles of temporary open space on San Francisco streets by removing vehicles and opening them to people to walk, bike, skate, dance and play for several hours on scheduled Sundays.

Over the last four years, Sunday Streets has grown from two events that linked Chinatown to Bayview via the Embarcadero in 2008 to a season-long series of up to 9 events along 8 unique routes that travel through diverse San Francisco neighborhoods. Sunday Streets routes reach more than 20 distinct communities, including: Fisherman's Wharf, South of Market, Mission Bay, Dogpatch, Bayview, the Mission, Civic Center, Tenderloin, Western Addition, North Panhandle, Outer Sunset, Chinatown and North Beach.

San Francisco's Sunday Streets rapid growth and expansion is in response to the popularity of the program and public demand for more open streets/car-free events which encourage health, community and fun.

Your answers to these 10 questions will help inform changes for the 2012 season and shape the future of Sunday Streets, in order to provide the best experience for Sunday Streets participants, merchants, neighborhoods, and the city.

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with the Sunday Streets Organizing Team!